We are almost there, iOS here we come

Our mobile application is in its final stages. We’ve simplified a majority of our screens to streamline the common workflows. Now we just need to tackle the small bugs that arise when you redesign so many screens. We truly appreciate

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How to use new Saved Searches

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For all of you who had ‘Hide Completed’ tasks filter on we created a similar saved filter replacement. Here is an instruction as to how to create one from scratch. Now we will create ‘My tasks due next 7 days’

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Saved searches in Tasks application

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We have just released Saved Searches in Tasks. This is a great example how functionality from our paid applications is taken and applied to our free applications. This time we reused functionality of Freedcamp’s Issue Tracker in Tasks. You can

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You only get once chance to get it right

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It pains us greatly to miss our Mobile Application deadline. We want to release it as soon as possible so our users can benefit from all the great features of Freedcamp on their mobile device. However getting the application just right

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Premium Supporters only features

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As we promised in our Kickstarter campaign to our Premium Supporters, we released a few nice interface enhancements. We asked them and they kindly agreed to allow us to release them to all Freedcamp users in a few months time

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We improved your data backups – thanks to cursorsystems!

A while ago we added Backups to Freedcamp addressing concerns about the precious data we store – are we secure, how often we do backups, are they securely stored, what if I want to download and store my data etc. Until now

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Special Release – Baby Donut

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Another release named after a Kickstarter backer’s request. The Baby Donut release from supporter Kaye! In this update we combined all changes from three last releases. BIG THINGS [BACKUPS] now include all your uploaded files and XLS outputs for each project

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Honey, I shrunk the Kanban columns

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You can switch between three types of views in Kanban from very brief to detailed. Also, all three Kanban columns can be expanded and collapsed by clicking on its header. If you noticed that all of your tasks become very

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How advanced subtasks work in Kanban view

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You can use drag and drop to move subtasks around. However moving subtasks from one column to another means that you also detach them from a parent task. If dragged and dropped subtasks can become a top level tasks well.

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Special Release – Cooper, the dog

Here at Freedcamp we have a lot of dogs and cats amongst the team, we love our animals. Something else we are very passionate about is non-profit organizations, which help research cures for cancer. That being said we dedicate this

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