We’re excited to announce that Planner is now available in public beta for all Reclaim users. Planner lets you prioritize and schedule all your Tasks and Habits exactly the way you want, every week.
We fixed a number of bugs and made improvements to the Reclaim UI and Slack Integration.
- You can now use :colon: emojis for your Slack status instead of needing to paste the emoji directly.
- We fixed a bug that was causing Habits with auto-decline turned on to decline meetings too aggressively.
- We fixed a bug that was causing Out of Office events on Google Calendar to be read in Calendar Stats as Meetings instead of Vacation.
- We fixed several issues with emojis not displaying properly in the Slack integration’s Status Sync feature.
- We made a number of improvements to behavior of completed Tasks and Habits, including snappier responsiveness for showing the ✅ emoji on completed Tasks and Habits.
- We made a number of UI improvements and tweaks to the new Calendar Sync UI, making it easier to use account filters and customize sync policies.
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.
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.
Habits lets you auto-block time on your calendar for anything you do regularly. Unlike traditional time-blocking tools, Habits blocks flexible, adaptable events on your calendar that flip from Free to Busy as your day fills up.
Habits comes with a ton of new customization options for the events Reclaim adds to your calendar:
⏰ Set flexible policies for when your Habits should be scheduled
🤫 Change privacy settings for your Habits to control what others see
💬 Auto-reschedule your Habits with Reclaim’s Slack Integration
🖖 Auto-decline meetings that interrupt your Habits
🌈 Color-code your Habits on your calendar
We have improved the scheduler logic to better respect any modifications or deletions you make to the individual habit events on your calendar. Included in this change is a bug fix where, in rare cases, habit events you deleted by hand could reappear later in the day.