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Feature Preview: Estimated Time and Advanced Sorting
October 30th, 2009 / 4 Comments

Just wanted to give everyone a heads up on some new features that are in the pipeline. These features should be released in the upcoming weeks.

Estimated Time. Estimated time to complete an action is a feature we have gone back and forth on for some time with Vitalist. We now feel like we have found the best implementation for this feature, without adding any complexity to the user interface. The real benefit of this feature will be the additional sorting and searching capabilities, which will allow you to prioritize what to do based on time effort.

Advanced sorting. Currently the sorting of actions allows you to drag and drop your actions in any order you desire. If you want to sort by date or priority, those actions are available to re-sort your list. Let’s call this “Custom”. But I know sometimes you may always want your data sorted by Date or Priority, automatically. So now you will be able to choose from the following three options, Date, Priority, and Custom (current method of sorting). You will be able to quickly and easily toggle back and forth, giving you complete control of your data output.

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