Today we have updated FacileThings with some enhancements that will make the use of emails more useful and manageable. From now on, when you send an email to the FacileThings Inbox, you will see the email content in its original format 1, HTML in most cases:
Also, if it is a forwarding of an email you received, the original sender is identified, allowing you to reply to the original email from within FacileThings. For that, you just need to click on the reply to section 2. FacileThings will open your default email program and prepare the response email:
We have also changed Routines management so that, in case of generating repetitive tasks from an item that comes from an email, you’ll see the original content of the email in all those tasks.
1 These improvements affect only the emails you receive from now.
2 In fact, once an email is forwarded there’s no way of knowing who was the original sender. However, most email programs add to the end a text indicating the sender, date and all or part of the content. FacileThings tracks this data to find out who sent the email initially.
Othe Minor Changes
- The integration with Evernote has been modified so the notes in FacileThings continue to be updated although they are moved to another Evernote notebook.
- A minor error that occurred under certain circumstances when parsing the
:daycommand has been fixed.
- The recognition of tags (
#) and people (
@) has been improved when they’re are preceded by some punctuation characters (parentheses, period, comma, semicolon)