Change Log 29

Most of our hard work recently has been 'under the hood'. We have been focusing on improved performance and improved security. Bug fix: on some rare occasions, a double invoice would be created when partial subscriptions are updated Bug fix: some browsers were having...

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Repeating tasks are here

Repeating tasks are here

We have been working on this feature for a long time. At one point we abandoned it until we got a proper event server running. It's taken a lot of hard work and testing and we are extremely happy with the results. Repeating tasks are such an important part...

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

I'm very pleased to reflect back on a very successful year for todo.vu.  On the product front, we have managed to push out a large number of major enhancements and hundreds of small improvements. Our user base has more than tripled in the last 12 months and we are...

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Change Log 26

Another month of many improvements and bug fixes. This month we have rebuilt our email-to-task gateway to improve speed, stability and scaling. We have also released our first iteration of repeating tasks. Repeating tasks silent release Improve incoming email routing...

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Change Log 25

As usual, a busy couple of months behind the scenes, keeping todo.vu smooth and stable. Integrated referral system snooze until a specific date move due date to right column send a notification when a task is unsnoozed support for 1-minute time increments Introducing...

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New Feature: Snooze until a date

New Feature: Snooze until a date

Last year we introduced the idea of snoozing tasks and we also made it possible to snooze a task until another one had been completed. Well, we have taken this a few steps further - now you can snooze a task until a specific date and time. When your task...

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New Feature: Project Dashboard

New Feature: Project Dashboard

I have to admit, we made a mistake leaving this one out of our earlier development. My original vision was that projects would be nested underneath clients, and that would make it easier to understand how your data is organised. But, over time, I've...

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