Task Rocket 2.7 is nearing completion
Task Rocket 2.6 is nearing completion. Among other things the task UI has also been tweaked, mostly because there was a lot of information being relayed and I was finding it difficult to present it nicely. The screenshot below shows a significant improvement, as well as a new setting to hide attachments by default requiring a click to reveal them.
The second screenshot shows the admin UI utilising the available screen real estate better as well. Also note the three new presentation options: Alternative task list presentation, Vividness and Toggle attachments view.
Another new feature shows who the previous owner of a task was if it had been reassigned. There’s also some bug fixes.
The changelog so far looks like this:
- Reassigned tasks now show who the previous owner was.
- Completed tasks now show date completed.
- Reports now show the date tasks were completed.
- Tasks now show number of attached files.
- New setting to have attachments shown or hidden by default.
- Added presentation setting for increasing UI vividness.
- Improved colour distinction between low and normal priority.
- Fixed logic bug where project cost was output twice for administrators.
- Fixed missing tab task counts bug.
- Simple dashboard stats now shows the same info as enhanced dashboard stats.
- Front-end and back-end user interface improvements.
Stay tuned. Not long to go.
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