We’ve completely refreshed our Settings UI to give you more compact controls, an improved look and feel, as well as a brand-new Calendar Sync UI that gives you more flexibility and power for syncing your calendars.
We’ve done a full refresh of our Calendar Sync feature, notably giving users the ability to create syncs in both directions between calendars within a single Reclaim account. It’s a big improvement, particularly for people who were using Reclaim to sync events in multiple directions across calendars previously.
We’ve updated our UI with new fonts, spacing, nav layout and iconography. We think you’ll find it to be a cleaner experience overall.
You can now use our Slack integration to automatically update your Slack status for events from your calendar. You can customize your status messages and even set Do Not Disturb if you want to go into deep focus mode.
We’re excited to announce that Reclaim will now automatically detect and categorize your calendar events and color-code them. To set it up, just go to your Settings in Reclaim, scroll down to Color Coding, and pick the colors you like!
Users can now set default durations and privacy settings for both Decompression Time and Travel Time. For Travel Time, users can set a new default duration, and for Decompression Time, users can set a new default duration as well as change the privacy of the events on their calendar.
Previously, recurring events on source calendars weren’t consistently syncing to users’ primary calendar. We’ve fixed a number of bugs that will make recurring events sync more reliably.
Previously, when users would use the timepicker for due dates on Tasks, the input would feel clunky. We’ve now moved that timepicker input to use the same look and feel as the other time inputs in the product, making it easier for users to enter in times for their Task due dates.
Previously, users would have to use Shift-Enter to add line breaks to Notes in Tasks. Now, users can just hit Enter to add a line break.
We fixed a bug where the timepicker in Tasks and Habits would “snap back” to today’s date if the user entered in a different time and date.