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.
There was an issue that the team fixed related to issues with Google Tasks not syncing properly.
We fixed a bug where Calendar Sync settings weren’t properly saving and respecting user inputs.
You can now specify a max length for Task events created by Reclaim. To try it out, go to a Task, click “Advanced options” and then scroll down.
Previously, when you would create Tasks via Slack or Google Tasks and used capital letters for arguments – e.g., “Due tomorrow” or “Not Before Tuesday” – the input would fail to be recognized by Reclaim. Reclaim now will respect syntax irrespective of case.
After months of work, we’re ready to share Tasks with the world. With Tasks, you simply tell Reclaim what you want to get done, when you need it done by, and we take care of the rest. We’ve integrated with Slack and Google Tasks to make it insanely easy to get tasks on to your calendar automatically.
Reclaim will now automatically add “buffers” in between your videoconference meetings. This feature is available to all Reclaim users, and helps to give you a break in between your meetings.
Previously, when you Snoozed Habits or Tasks, the Snooze would be relative to the current time. Now, when you Snooze events via Slack, the Snooze will be relative to the event’s start time.