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Posted by SheetPlanner
Jan 24, 2019 at 05:15 AM

 

Hi,
We will be entering the beta cycle for SheetPlanner 1.1 in 2-3 weeks.
Those of you wishing to participate in the beta cycle, please let me know.

Upcoming Features in 1.1 are:
A symbol column type containing multiple symbols such as checkboxes, stars, Eisenhower quadrants and so on. All of which can be filtered on
A Progress column type where a user enters a percentage completion that is reflected in the column and in the timeline bar and can be filtered on
Filter enhancements
Keyboard enhancements
Auto enter cell values
Timeline enhancements
Dependencies
Print timeline view
Performance optimizations

These are the cliff notes. The beta will contain extensive release notes as there is a lot of depth to these features.

Thanks,
Peter

 


Posted by SheetPlanner
Jan 24, 2019 at 05:03 PM

 

All,
I should mention to let me know at support@sheetplanner.com
Thanks,
Peter


SheetPlanner wrote:
Hi,
>We will be entering the beta cycle for SheetPlanner 1.1 in 2-3 weeks.
>Those of you wishing to participate in the beta cycle, please let me
>know.
> >Upcoming Features in 1.1 are:
>A symbol column type containing multiple symbols such as checkboxes,
>stars, Eisenhower quadrants and so on. All of which can be filtered on
>A Progress column type where a user enters a percentage completion that
>is reflected in the column and in the timeline bar and can be filtered
>on
>Filter enhancements
>Keyboard enhancements
>Auto enter cell values
>Timeline enhancements
>Dependencies
>Print timeline view
>Performance optimizations
> >These are the cliff notes. The beta will contain extensive release notes
>as there is a lot of depth to these features.
> >Thanks,
>Peter
> >

 


Posted by SheetPlanner
Mar 19, 2019 at 11:18 PM

 

All,
We plan on pushing out a SheetPlanner 1.1 beta towards the end of next week and am looking for testers.
If anyone is interested in testing the beta, please let me know. Its a big release with lots of great features.
Thanks,
Peter


SheetPlanner wrote:
All,
>I should mention to let me know at support@sheetplanner.com
>Thanks,
>Peter
> >
>SheetPlanner wrote:
>Hi,
>>We will be entering the beta cycle for SheetPlanner 1.1 in 2-3 weeks.
>>Those of you wishing to participate in the beta cycle, please let me
>>know.
>>
>>Upcoming Features in 1.1 are:
>>A symbol column type containing multiple symbols such as checkboxes,
>>stars, Eisenhower quadrants and so on. All of which can be filtered on
>>A Progress column type where a user enters a percentage completion that
>>is reflected in the column and in the timeline bar and can be filtered
>>on
>>Filter enhancements
>>Keyboard enhancements
>>Auto enter cell values
>>Timeline enhancements
>>Dependencies
>>Print timeline view
>>Performance optimizations
>>
>>These are the cliff notes. The beta will contain extensive release
>notes
>>as there is a lot of depth to these features.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Peter
>>
>>

 


Posted by Amontillado
Mar 20, 2019 at 10:31 AM

 

Looks nice!

Are projects kept in files, or in one in-app database?

I’m rather hooked on OmniFocus, but would like an organizer that let me set up todo lists in separate files. Sheet planner is obviously more than just a todo list, but looks very intuitive.

 


Posted by NickG
Mar 20, 2019 at 12:31 PM

 

Separate files. I’m finding SP quite useful as an initial planning tool. Haven’t yet go to the point of using it as a day-to-day task manager

Amontillado wrote:
Looks nice!
> >Are projects kept in files, or in one in-app database?
> >I’m rather hooked on OmniFocus, but would like an organizer that
>let me set up todo lists in separate files. Sheet planner is obviously
>more than just a todo list, but looks very intuitive.
> >

 


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