Task Rocket v1.9 is ready for blastoff
I’m excited to announce that Task Rocket v1.9 is ready for download!
What’s in this update? The most significant update is the ability to track time on tasks and keep an eye on project timeframes and costs, but there’s more and you can read the full changelog here.
New FAQ topics have been created to help with the time tracking features, which are:
- How do I track my time on a task?
- How can I put a time frame on a project?
- How do I track my time on a project?
- How can I set a budget on a project?
- What happens to a project when the end date has passed?
- What happens when a project goes over budget?
To get this latest version just login with the credentials that were emailed to you when you first purchased Task Rocket and download the zip file.
Can’t find your login credentials? Let me know.
How do you update?
The recommended method:
1) BACKUP your database first (just in case)
2) Remove the old theme from wp-content/themes
3) Extract the new theme into wp-content/themes
4) Go to WordPress Admin -> Appearance -> Themes and activate the new theme
Feedback on this release
Got something to say about Task Rocket 1.9? Your feedback good or bad is important and it helps shape the future of the product. Feel free to let me know what you think.
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