Task Rocket 2.0 and the Client Control add-on have launched
There were a lot of requests to expand the clients page beyond the read-only view that Task Rocket ships with, and after a lot of blood sweat and code the long awaited Client Control add-on has finally launched.
What does the new add-on do? Client Control gives your clients the ability to participate in projects in a limited or more broad role, with a dedicated set of features you can toggle to your liking. You can let clients create tasks, or not if you prefer. Show them time and cost details, or not. You can see the full feature set and docs here.
You will need to be running Task Rocket 2.0 in order to use the new add-on. If you haven’t got the latest version, grab it now.
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