Archive: April, 2014

Duplicate successful projects

There are pleny of toolkits around project management software and the perception is that there’s nothing more to innovate. Successful applications provide however a set of functionalities that actually matter and finding the right combination is both a matter of experiment, and taste frankly. Innovation doesn’t happen by a virtue of any feature, rather than […]

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Heartbleed

The Heartbleed Bug, which affects 66% of the web, has been making its way around the news over the last few days. We want to reassure you that the bug is not affecting our software. TaskBeat uses commercial SSL implementation provided by Microsoft, our platform vendor and therefore is not, and has not been affected […]

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Changes in time logging

We’ve made some small changes to how the cost logs appear in the application. Before every time someone added a time log to a task, there were two entries on the details screen being added as a result. First detailed the time worked on a task, and the second one added details on the cost […]

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Regular user role changes

There are couple of interesting changes we’ve made in the access rights space recently. As we continue to enhance the model, there are two important changes that affect the users assigned to the “regular” role in the application. First, as of now “regular” users are required to provide a comment for every change in a […]

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