In this update, we modified the due date and reminder time selectors to support 5 minute increments, instead of the more corse 15 minutes used in prior releases. We made some minor formatting changes in the UI. We fixed a bug which, under rare circumstances, would cause two "Default" categories to show up in the categories dialog. We also added more details to the task status that shows up in the top-level assign tab.
This update corrects a bug we introduced in our previous release which, under rare circumstances, can prevent the task details from displaying the correct task status information.
We changed the task status icons from colored balls to more meaningful and descriptive shapes. For example, when a task is in the sending state, we display a paper airplane. When a task is delivered, we show a check-mark. Completed tasks show a thumbs-up icon. These convey the task status better than colored balls. We also increased the size if the selection area for reopening completed tasks. We found the existing selection zone to be a bit small and hard to navigate. We also fixed a bug with one of the sliding menus.
Several slider menus were slow to hide so we needed to improve their animation performance. We also made the task due date text selectable even when there is no due date set. This should make interacting with the task date selector a bit easier when setting a due date for the first time.
This update corrects a small bug we introduced changing the way we manage tokens.
This is a general maintenance update that corrects a few smaller bugs and a few minor user interface deficiencies.
In this update, we changed the way the task delivery/processing status is shown. The information is displayed in a more concise and readable manner. We also made improvements to our push notifications token management. This is mostly an internal modification that's not really visible to users. However, it will improve push notification reliability.
This update corrects a bug that we introduced in our last revision that broke push notifications for most users.
In this update, we made significant changes to the code that performs task and message delivery. We've improve reliability with better error recovery and delivery retries, we also improved throughput performance a bit.
This update include a few smaller bug fixes and a change to the way we perform task recipients searches.
Corrected a few smaller bugs and made some minor UI changes. we also made some minor performance improvements to push notifications.
In this latest update, we added robust support for creating and managing teams. With teams, you can organize groups of related people. You start by creating a team, you then ask other Task Messenger users to join your team using your team's ID. You can then easily send tasks to all or select members of the team. You can create as many teams as you need. This provides a convenient way to organize different groups of users that you interact with using Task Messenger.
In this update to Task Messenger, we added task counters next to the carousel headings in order to provide feedback as to the number of pending, doing, done and assigned tasks that you have. We also modified the chat icon to color amber whenever there is an active message thread associated with a task. The chat icon is colored red when there is an unread message waiting, and it is colored green when the message thread is empty. We added amber to provide quick visual feedback that there are messages associated with the task.
In this update, we focused on improving the performance of task sorting and on making the sorting more intuitive to use. For example, we changed the description for each of the task sorting options be easier to understand. We also added the ability to sort tasks based on the date and time of messages sent as part of a task conversation. There were a variety of smaller performance improvements made to other parts of the app, for example, we reduced the time it takes to display tasks.
In this update, we made a handful of smaller user interface enhancements that both beautify the app and help clarify functionality.
This update corrects a rare bug which was preventing tasks from being delivered. We also included a few minor user interface enhancements.
In this latest update to Task Messenger, we added the ability to sort tasks based on the date and time that task messages were sent and received. This allows you to display tasks ordered by those with the most recent conversation activity. We also now save your sort settings, so that next time you start the app the tasks are sorted using your last sort choices. We also made a number of smaller user interface modification and corrected a few minor bugs.
In this update, we added the ability to detect changes to tasks that could affect their sort order and provide users the ability to force an immediate resort. We also corrected a few smaller bugs, changed the size of the reminder icon, and added a notification whenever a due date or a reminder is removed.
This update corrects a bug which was causing registrations to fail.
This is a pretty significant update that adds task categories and task sorting to Task Messenger. We also made a number of smaller UI changes that should enhance usability. You can now assign a task to a task category that you define. Categories allow you to group tasks that share some similarity, for example, tasks that are sent you by some particular person or tasks that are part of a project sprint. Tasks that are assigned to a category are grouped together in the category. You can then sort and display tasks by category. We also added task sorting to this update, allowing you to sort tasks by date assigned, due data, task assigner, and task priority.
This minor update corrects a bug which was preventing a task from being properly deleted. A small UI modification was also made that should make it easier to select the task priority icon.
This update to Task Messenger includes significant enhancements to task reminders. We now have automatic recurring reminders and reminders that can be set from the current time as well as to a time before a task is due. We also added the ability for assigners of a task to set a reminder for themselves. Users can now modify the due date of a task, independent of other users working on the same task, and allowing them to override the due date set by the task assigner. We also added task priorities, allowing an assigner to set a task priority to low, normal, or high. Due dates and priorities can be dynamically changed by the assigner of a task, with all changes automatically pushed to the task recipients.This update also includes a few minor layout changes and fixes to several smaller bugs. In addition, the recent task list is now editable. This represents a fairly significant update to Task Messenger.
In this update, we made a few minor user interface changes. For example, we changed the colors used for displaying the task recipients, we also decide to make the “Assign To” text selectable and always visible. We made a small modification to the code that scans for syntactically correct email addresses. There were a few other minor UI changes.
This minor revision corrects two bugs that were inadvertently introduced in our last update.
This is a maintenance release that fixes a number of smaller bugs and annoyances.