New features!

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There is a lot going on in our development department and we are very proud to be able to present a number of new features in LoopMe:

  • Now you can edit your tasks in hidden mode and when you are satisfied with your settings, you can either activate them directly or set a publishing date:

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  • You can also choose to archive a task when you want to save reports regarding this task, while you want to keep the task hidden from the group’s members.

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  • A long awaited new feature is that you now are able to set deadlines for tasks. 

    Here’s how it works in brief:
    An task will be marked with a yellow banner 3 days before the deadline (or when 10% of the total task period has passed).A task will be marked with a yellow banner when the deadline has passed. As a group owner, you can decide if a task should be possible to report about, despite the deadline being passed. (In that case, each snow report will be marked with a banner with the text “Submitted after the deadline”), or not.

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  • Now you can edit your tags in hidden mode and when you are satisfied with your settings you can either activate them directly.
  • You can also hide tags if you want

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  • Now you can also get advanced tag statistics, where you can filter the tag usage in the group within a certain period of time or compare the tag usage between different time periods.

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  • New design on the LoopMe web
    (The Feed and Home Tab are now displayed at the same time)

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Don’t forget to update to the latest version of the apps
at AppStore/Google Play!

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