What’s new

TaskBeat release 150215

TaskBeat (release 150215) is out in the wild with new performance improvements and bugfixes. New version also enjoys more unified design. With new icons on the task details page matching the design language used on the main toolbar, users should feel more familiar with how the buttons work and feel. We’ve also unified the look […]

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Performance improvements

  TaskBeat has always been about managing large scale task led teams. We’ve been creating the solution to scale up to thousands, and even tens of thousands of tasks right from the beginning. Performance remains the main topic but only during last few months we were able to push the envelope much harder than in […]

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Improved performance

Much awaited TaskBeat improvements have landed. Now, with faster load up times, you can manage literally thousands of tasks without skipping a beat. TaskBeat optimised application, combined with unique functionality of breaking down complex tasks and projects, provide unparalleled productivity for the most busy teams.

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TaskBeat goes free

It’s been almost 12 months since we’ve started working on a covert operation called project RED that was aiming to set TaskBeat free of charge for all business users. Today marks the day TaskBeat goes as a free to join services unlocking all premium features to all business users. This annoucement makes it easily the […]

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New front end components

There’s been a heavy and radical redesign behind the scenes going last weekend. After long weeks of improving the back-end and the performance it’s time to re-fresh some of our front end components. Starting with the new left hand side menu we’re also re-wireing the JQuery, through new modal boxes and improvements to timeline and […]

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Improved comment management

There’s a change in how users can manage task comments. Ever since TaskBeat has been released to public there’s a role based security model in place. Users sharing the same role are allowed to makde free changes which promotes open communication and trust within workgroups. Today we’ve made a small change to this model. From […]

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New product logo unveiled

After two years of presence of the market we’ve decided to simplify and refresh the product’s visual identification. Beginning with May TaskBeat will be offered under a brand new logo, as follows: Version 1 Version 2 Version 3

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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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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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