Didn't get through all of your tasks last week? Or bring back an old task from the past? We got you. You can now:
You can now assign projects straight from the task without going to the overflow menu.
Selecting a project from the assigment modal now closes the modal so you don't have to.
Prevent the project assignment search box from being focused on, on mobile
We're out of beta and to celebrate, here's a new release!
All the fixes!
And one feature...
We now show the minified todo whenever your recording todo is hidden. Even on the todo list!
Here's a new lick of paint for the account page so it's less overwhelming 🎨
You might notice a sudden increase in releases, but fewer release notes to accompany them. Fear not! This means we're bringing you more regular improvements and are heads down instead of thinking of quirky things to say here.
Here's whats in store for the latest version:
If you're tracking your time while you're admiring your hardwork on the overview page, you might've been worried that we had stopped the timer. The good news is, we hadn't. The better news is, you can now see this fact.
The sidebar now contains a minified todo so you always know what you're doing and how long you've spent doing it ✅
It's been a long time coming, but we're VERY excited to share with you the latest release. Two neat features, both very helpful 👇
There comes a point in every working week where you've achieved a ton, but still have a whole lot more to go! Before, you'd have to scroll down your entire week's achievements to find the todo you need to check off. Now? Switch to day view and focus your view just on today's todos.
Even neater: next time you open Timo, it'll keep you on the day view so you can get straight to what's important.
It's been a long time coming, but for folks who aren't based in the UK, you can now head over to the account page and change the starting date for your week.
We've fixed a whole host of bugs, and made improvements:
Need to generate a monthly report? Only want to see the time for one of your clients? The new Overview page lets you do exactly that.
With a fresh looking graph and more detailed time log, you'll be able to fill in your timesheets or invoices any which way you need.
What's new? Pretty much everything:
You didn't think we'd only bring filtering to the overview, right? ... right?
You can now filter your todos to see only the project you're working on
We know that some times adding a project to your todos is a pain in the butt, so filter your view by one project, and create a new todo. See what happens next 👀
We've got plans for a whole host of improvements here, but it's time for some quick wins.
When focused on a todo, hit
ctrl+1 to assign the project at the top of your list. Try
ctrl+2 and you'll assign the next project. If you're someone with a lot of projects on the go, you'll have quick access to your top 9 projects.
Not keen on the order? Don't forget, you can switch them around, complete them, or archived them on the projects page.
We've fixed a whole host of faux pas, you wouldn't believe us. There's about 94 (and counting) changes we've made in this release alone. All so Timo works and looks better for you 😘
Seconds are nice and everything, but let's be honest. They're useless when it comes to invoicing your clients. Our thread confirmed as much.
So we've ditched them, and reformatted (almost) all places where you see time as like this:
If you're blessed with speediness beyond the average person, then you may have noticed some of your todos disappearing* (we're very sorry 😢). This is now fixed.
We're always improving the foundations of Timo, so it's more stable than ever ✨
Sometimes, goodbyes can be happy ones, and they're not always the end. That's why it's important you can delete your account with any service you might have. We don't want to hold you hostage, so now you can delete your account (and send us some feedback) in two taps.
Keeping with the theme of deleting things, we've fixed an unpleasant bug where those pesky todos just wouldn't stay gone! Fear not, when you hit delete now, they'll disappear forever.
Dark mode's great, but when you've set up your device to change theme to suit the time of day, it's annoying when your apps don't too (trust me, I know). You can now set Timo to "system" on the account tab and Timo will match its theme to your system preference.
Did you know, 81% of all security breaches are due to passwords? Well, starting today you can ignore all that faff and sign in using only your email 🎉
It's been months in the making, but we've finally added multi device support. It's been our most requested feature since day one.<aside> ✨ You can now access your todos from **any device** that has a web browser* </aside>
There is now a dedicated page for editing, reordering, completing and archiving your projects. You now have full control over your project colours. If you're particular (like me) you can match the project colours to whatever it is you're working on 🤓
Better error handling, so we can fix any issues you come across faster.
Find out what's included in each release.
We give you collapsable headers. Now you can hide away previous days todos and focus on your current day.
We made the charts relative to the highest time within the current week. And added a small gap between each bar-chunk.
Big improvements to how the Overview page looks. We condensed the charts, so it's easier to compare more at the same time. A new table shows the accumulative breakdown of your time and todos across projects for a given week.
We made it easier to reference the current day you're view. Especially for those days with many todos.
We now show your tracked todo in the page title, so you can see what's happening without navigating back to the app.
23 July 2020
We’ve given Timo a fresh lick of paint and adjusted the layout a little so it should be a whole lot nicer on your phone, or as a PWA.
Hit the chat button in the bottom corner for a direct line to me (Rich) and Jordan. Feel free to give us feedback, report some bugs, or just say hello!
We’ve added a sprinkle of analytics here and there so we can understand what’s working for you, and what's not. We’ve been sure to minimise the data we collect and will continuously reevaluate the need for analytics at all, and if so, how best to use it in the most privacy focused way possible.
We’ve done a whole load of work under the hood to prepare for something a little more special.