Version 1.2 Release

July 31, 2008

We just released version 1.2 of Enleiten’s personal project management application.

Here’s what’s new!

Entering details for new projects has been improved.

Create New Project

Create New Project

In project view, you can now see the order of tasks within a project. You can drag and drop tasks to change the order, and click on the headings to change the sorting to retrieve tasks more easily.

Task priority numbering

Task priority numbering

The task detail screen has been overhauled based on your suggestions.

Editing task details doesn’t require a full page load, to make that quicker. (Remember, you can also double click a task field in a project view to edit commonly used information directly.)

Edit Task Details

Edit Task Details

Comments will be hidden by default after you’ve viewed them to make it easier to see new discussions about a task. Clicking “show” will give you access to older older comments.

View Comments on a Task

View Comments on a Task

When you assign a task to a contact, you can now choose whether to email them a notification or not. Anything you assign will moved to your waiting list, and can be retrieved by clicking the contact’s name – whether we sent them a copy of the task or you are just keeping a record for yourself of outstanding items.

Notify About Assignment

Notify About Assignment

Paid accounts also have an option to attach files to tasks. (up to 500 MB in the Personal $5/month edition)

Attach File to a Task

Attach File to a Task

If you would rather not get notifications of every comment on a delegated task and new assignments you’ve received by email, you can now disable that your profile.

Comment Notification Email Option

Comment Notification Email Option

We hope you love the changes as much as we do. Please continue to share your ideas and ask us questions and help us improve.

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Version 1? Yes! Version 1!

May 13, 2008

Tonight we’ll be pushing the button and releasing version 1.0 of Enleiten’s personal project manager. So you know what you’ll see when you log in, here’s the release preview for you. Sign up for a free account.

Any questions? Comments? Suggestions? Feedback? Assign us a task from your Enleiten account and we’ll get right on it, or send us an email at support@enleiten.com

In response to user comments, we’ve made a number of improvements to the interface:

– Task lists are now in table format, so you can see due dates, whether you have comments, and whether a task has been delegated without opening the task for additional detail. You can double-click to edit the summary, context and dates directly from the table.

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– In table view you can resort your tasks on the fly – just click the header to sort by project, context, date, etc.

– You can select multiple rows to batch process your inbox. Just click a task, hold down shift, and click another task to select a range. Or command-click on a mac or control-click on a pc to select nonadjacent rows. You can drag the whole set of selected tasks to a contact to delegate, to a context to tag them, or into a project in the left hand navigation just like before.

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– Clicking a contact name from your list will show you everything that’s been assigned to that person. So when they’re on the phone, just click their name and review everything you need to check on in one place.

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– Use the email address you signed up with to create tasks. Send a message to USERNAME@inbox.enleiten.com and the subject line will become the task summary, and the message body will be entered as task detail. If you used your email address for your username, then substitute a period for the @, ie, dduck.example.com@inbox.enleiten.com

– “View all tasks” has been added, so you can see everything at once (perfect for streamlining your weekly review).

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We’ve got more features up our sleeves that you’ve requested, and your comments help us decide which ones to roll out next, so if you can spare a minute, we’d love a quick message from you.