FacileThings: Changelog (February 2016)

AUTHOR: Francisco Sáez
tags Improvements
FacileThings: Changelog (February 2016)

Here are the changes done in recent weeks:

Migrating to HTTPS

A couple of days ago we completely finished migrating to HTTPS, both the application and the website, so that now all your data is encrypted and transmitted securely over the network. The padlock symbol in the browser URL tells you that browsing is safe:

https in the browser

Although any access using HTTP is automatically redirected to HTTPS protocol, you need to update shortcuts and links in your browsers so you can have a faster connection.

iOS app available for iPad

The iPhone app FacileThings 2 is now available for iPad too. We have also enabled the feature to run it in portrait and landscape mode.

FacileThings on iPad

Other minor changes

  • In the new options to import tasks from emails you now have the chance not to import the entire email. If you add a line to the email body that contains three consecutive # characters at the beginning (###), the import will end at that point.
  • We have improved performance on the People and Perspective sections, which worked somewhat slow in certain circumstances.
  • We have fixed an error that occurred when moving actions between projects with different planning system (sequential/kanban).
Francisco Sáez

Francisco is the founder and CEO of FacileThings. He is also a Software Engineer who is passionate about personal productivity and the GTD philosophy as a means to a better life.

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