FacileThings: Changelog (February 2018)AUTHOR: Francisco Sáez
These last weeks we have focused on solving errors that were affecting the performance and availability of the system, but some of the small improvements we have made deserve to be mentioned:
- Accounts. After a user has finished or canceled his subscription, both the account and the data were saved for 30 days. We have extended this period to 3 months and developed an automatic system so that the user can reactivate the account by himself at any time and in a few seconds, during that period.
- Email-to-Inbox feature. The import of emails has been improved and an error that prevented locating the sender’s address and, therefore, replying to the email from FacileThings, has been solved.
- Integration with Google Calendar. We have made internal improvements so that the permissions of the connected calendars get refreshed automatically every month, without the need for user intervention.
- Integration with Evernote. Fixed an error that prevented completely logging out the Evernote connection.
- Projects. It is not allowed to switch a project that already has sub-projects to the Kanban mode, since Kanban is not designed to work with sub-projects.
- Projects. The warning that a project of the Kanban type has no defined actions (the exclamation mark that can appear in the list of projects in progress) is activated only when the project has no actions in the “Doing” column. Previously, it was activated if there were no actions in the “Doing” column and the “To Do” column.
- Sub-projects. Before, to delete a sub-project you had to ensure that it did not have any associated action in any list. Now, the only condition for deleting a sub-project is that it does not have to have Next Actions below it.
- Lists. In the Done list, the done actions of the completed projects are now also shown. They did not appear before.
- Dashboard. Fixed an error in the Focus Filter where tags that were not actually in the Dashboard lists sometimes appeared.
I want to thank the FacileThings users for all the information you provide about the problems you encounter and, of course, your suggestions for improvement.