You can download Task Rocket 2.2 now
Woohoo! Task Rocket 2.2 is ready for download.
The changelog has changed a little since the post earlier this week, and looks like this:
- Added option to specify currency symbol (for cost reports on the front-end).
- Added option to show task costs on the front-end.
- Added option to show/hide file icons next to attachments on front-end.
- Added filter control to report page.
- Changed method for toggling filter view states on report page (better performance).
- Fixed issue of tasks and project count summary not working on Projects page.
- Fixed issue where page content would not show under certain condition.
- Fixed logic issue concerning users being able to delete other users attachments.
- Completely redesigned attachments UI.
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