I finished writing a 30 pages ebook that explains the methodology behind Week Plan. I am currently asking for feedback to polish the ebook. The goal is to send the ebook to people who signed up on the mailing list a long time ago to “warm up” the relationship with WeekPlan a bit.
We welcomed a new team member in the development team. Khurram has started helping us by writing more automated tests.
I spent some time clarifying some of the incoming work. Having three developers helping me means that things should go faster and I don’t want the requirements to be the bottleneck.
Lots of bugs have been squashed and some usability issues have been ironed out.
A new feature that has been added is the ability to @mention someone in a task notes or comment. The @mention will add that person to the task.
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