I’m really excited to be able to bring Timetable to you today! TimeTable has really been an important part of my life for the past several months and I’m increadibly proud of what I’ve been able to produce! I want to outline a few new features in the latest release, these are things that did not ship with the last beta. 1. Unified UI – with the new version of TimeTable the UI has been updated to be easier on the eyes and more unified. Windows now have a border around them to help them stand out from the background. HUD windows have been replaced with standard windows. 2. Reorderable projects and clients – I would have really hated to ship without this feature. I put a great deal of work into Cappuccino, the underlying technology behind TimeTable, in order to get drag and drop working for TimeTable. If you want to reorder your projects or clients, simply drag them to the location you want them. 3. More drag and drop – why stop with the projects and clients? If you want to move work time or expenses to another project simply select the items you want to move and drag them to another project. If you want to reassign a project (or group of projects) to another client simply drag them to the new client from within the clients view. 4. Sortability – TimeTable now lets you sort your projects, work times, and expenses! In any of the three tables you can sort by whichever column you want! 5. Better deadlines – I break down and rewrote the deadline picker. When You go to assign your deadline to a project you can now get the standard date picker but also the more visual calendar, and of course you can clear your deadline too. 6. Auto-complete – When you go to assign your new project a client you can begin typing the client’s name. TimeTable will try to auto-complete as you type. If you type a client’s name which is not being stored by TimeTable you will then have the option to create a new client with that name. If you were a beta tester for TimeTable you will be able to continue to use TimeTable for another 35 days until you will be required to renew your account. If you provided helpful feedback for TimeTable I’ll be emailing you with a coupon code which you can use to renew your account for another full year! If you were not a beta tester of TimeTable I’m also giving away 25 free accounts to TimeTable in a limited time promotion with 280North! More details on that to come. Check back later! I’ve also updated resource on the website including a new screencasts page. I’m very proud of TimeTable 1.0 and hope you find as much value in it as I do! TimeTable is launching at a price of $34.99 US a year.
You can try TimeTable for free by visiting http://timetableapp.com/TimeTable
With the login: demo
and password: demo