Summer just got a whole lot sweeter. 🍹 We’ve made some huge UI changes to make managing your memories even more intuitive. From slick drag-and-drop functionality on desktop and web, to a polished experience on Android, drink in your ice-cold new Timely updates.
We’ve just released some nifty Memory updates — including magical drag-and-drop functionality — which make it much easier to log memories to your timesheet.
Your AI can still draft entries for you, but whenever you choose to log an entry manually, you can now drag-and-drop memories between your Memory Inbox and timesheet to add them to an existing entry or create a new one:
It also works the other way, so you can drag memories from an entry back to your Memory Inbox to unlink them, or drag them to a different entry to reassign them. And to ensure your workspace stays neat, you can easily collapse and expand memory details for each entry:
No more pop-ups, pointless middle steps or fiddling about — logging memories just got a whole lot quicker (and cooler 😎)!
It’s a small one, but it’s mighty! 💪🏽 You can now make it mandatory for your employees to include notes whenever they log time entries to certain projects.
It’s ideal for projects that require precise detail — whether they’re experimental or budget-restricted, or are for clients who request granular updates. It also just makes a lot of sense if you want a better appreciation of the work your employees put into different tasks.
In case you don’t yet take advantage of Timely’s mobile apps, you’re seriously missing out. Since we’re always improving our mobile experience, working with Timely across your devices is beautifully simple. As a case in point, Timely for Android has received some exciting new additions this month which make managing time on-the-go even easier.
Enjoy your stunning new Memory timeline! We’ve completely refreshed the UI to provide all the detail you need while keeping things breathable. As on web or desktop, you can see all your daily tracked memories in one clean space, including where different activities overlap:
Using the buttons in the top-right menu, you can search your memories and apply filters to customize your view. You’ll can also immediately grasp the status of each memory — whether they have been logged (faded gray), ignored (transparent), attached to an AI draft entry (striped), or still need to be logged (strong color).
While we were there, we added some neat interactive elements that make it easier to manage your timeline on a smaller screen! Double tap on any memory you want to manage — this will reveal a details drawer where you can ignore, delete, restore or add it to a project:
Alternatively, single tap a selection of memories to manage them as a group:
Happy tapping! 🕺🏼
Parallel to the changes we’ve recently made for iOS, we’ve outfitted your Android Timely calendar with some smart new tricks to expedite entry logging.
A little dot now appears under any day containing one or more new AI drafts:
And individual calendar days now display a graded color to indicate the amount of hours you have logged against them — faint green represents only a few hours, and strong green represents several:
These visual aids essentially help guide your attention, highlighting the holes in your logging and new issues that require your input. Play around, let us know what you think and — if you have two seconds — please review us on the Play Store! ❤️
Thanks to your ongoing feedback and support, we have no shortage of ideas for how to improve Timely. We know that waiting blind for a feature you want now sucks, so we wanted to share exactly what we have planned. Here’s a brief overview of our 2020 product roadmap and what’s coming next.
We’re in the midst of a big Timely clean-up — improving usability, polishing UI and squishing some pesky winter bugs. We’ve also introduced some slick new controls for web, iOS and Android, refining time management in Timely across every devices. Take a peek at what’s new!