Areas of Responsibility: What’s the hold up?

We’re close… we’re really really close.  In fact, Areas of Responsibility in the desktop browser version is ready to ship!  BUT, we realized (in hindsight, like idiots) that we need to make some significant modifications to the mobile version so as to not muck things up for those of you who bounce between desktop and mobile Nirvana, which a lot of folks do.  Specifically, the mobile version doesn’t retain assigned Areas at present, and there is no way to filter or move tasks/projects between Areas.  But we’re on the case.

Timeframe?  I’d say single digit days away from release.  Thanks for understanding.

 

Comments

12 Comments on Areas of Responsibility: What’s the hold up?

  1. MarcinGTD on Sat, 24th Apr 2010 3:54 pm
  2. Areas for both desktop and mobile? thats pretty pimp!

    thanks for the update

  3. Vin Thomas on Sun, 25th Apr 2010 10:57 pm
  4. Looking forward to it!

  5. Arman on Tue, 27th Apr 2010 8:58 pm
  6. Sounds great! Thanks for hard work and the update.

  7. Proximo on Wed, 28th Apr 2010 9:47 am
  8. I am also looking forward to it. Can’t say the same for my neighbor because you know what happens when I get excited. :-)

  9. Stefan Huska on Sat, 1st May 2010 9:13 pm
  10. I can’t wait! :-)

  11. Terminado on Sun, 2nd May 2010 3:10 pm
  12. Wait a minute, not so fast. . . if you keep adding features like this, I won’t have any excuses for not getting things done!

    :0

  13. Bill on Tue, 4th May 2010 11:47 am
  14. It’s day 10, we hit double digits. =] Can you give a status update while we are patiently waiting.

  15. Firas on Tue, 4th May 2010 1:32 pm
  16. I’m eagerly waiting for this update! Many thanks.

  17. Elbert on Wed, 5th May 2010 5:37 am
  18. @Bill – I just knew someone would call us out on day 10. (doh!) We tried to push this out on Saturday but ran into a snag that forced us to roll back. It’s a pretty big change so we have to make sure we get it right. Will try again this Saturday. Sorry for all the delays. Promise it’ll be worth the wait.

    I’m especially excited to see what everyone thinks of the new mobile version we built to accommodate areas of responsibility. We revisited jQTouch (www.jqtouch.com) to restore the page transitions that were dropped during our last mobile update, and managed to find, I think, a good balance between eye-candy and performance. It’s another complete overhaul of the mobile version… 3rd time’s a charm?

  19. Stefan Huska on Thu, 6th May 2010 4:28 am
  20. @Elbert Thanks for the information about reason of delay. cap deploy:rollback? :) Good luck :)

  21. Stefan Huska on Thu, 13th May 2010 11:01 am
  22. What’s new about planned deploy of new version? :-)

  23. Elbert on Thu, 13th May 2010 11:36 am
  24. Shhh! No big announcement on blog yet, but it’s up and folks are kicking the tires :-)

    http://help.nirvanahq.com/faqs/site-updates/release-notes

    http://help.nirvanahq.com/search?q=AoR

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