Nirvana 2 – Preview Release

On November 11, 2010 we made the upcoming Nirvana 2, a work-in-progress, available for preview.  We are very very excited about the reception it has received thus far.  We are letting the adventurous take it for a spin so that we can learn where we stand on a number of engineering related issues.

Some key points about Nirvana 2:

  • It is a complete rewrite from the ground up
  • It will run offline, without an internet connection
  • UI interaction is completely decoupled from network i/o, so it’s wicked fast
  • It has full internationalization support built in under the hood
  • It runs completely on top of the new Nirvana API
  • It is still a work in progress, and browser support is still limited

You can read more about the Nirvana 2 Preview Release here:

http://help.nirvanahq.com/faqs/site-updates/nirvana-2-preview-release

 

Comments

14 Comments on Nirvana 2 – Preview Release

  1. Arturo on Sat, 13th Nov 2010 9:42 am
  2. I want to be adventurous! Please give me this preview too!

  3. Oliver on Mon, 15th Nov 2010 1:30 am
  4. Sounds awesome! But when I try to login with my credentials I get thrown back to the login screen and the email-field says “null”.

  5. Waldir on Mon, 15th Nov 2010 8:50 am
  6. Kudos on the improvements! I’m a long-time Remember the Milk user, but I’m keeping an eye on you guys constantly. Develop the Android app and support for recurring tasks and I’ll give Nirvana a serious try. ;-)

  7. Elbert on Mon, 15th Nov 2010 2:01 pm
  8. Be sure to run through the migration process! Then do let us know if you still run into any problems.

    https://account.nirvanahq.com/migration

  9. Scott Messner on Mon, 15th Nov 2010 3:24 pm
  10. All of my areas (projects, next, etc) are empty. Each just says that help/tips should go here.

    I have ran through the migration process and it stated everything was successful.

  11. Elbert on Mon, 15th Nov 2010 3:47 pm
  12. If you are experiencing problems migrating, there are a lot of discussions and solutions being offered over at http://help.nirvanahq.com

    Good search terms are migration, nirvana 2.0 or just n2.

  13. Scott Messner on Tue, 16th Nov 2010 11:00 am
  14. My problem seems to be isolated to Firefox 4 Beta 7. Everything looks great in Chrome!

  15. Dmitriy Nesteryuk on Wed, 17th Nov 2010 5:44 am
  16. I love the new version of Nirvana. Thanks!!!

  17. javier maseda on Mon, 22nd Nov 2010 8:04 am
  18. I’ve just enter in nirvana 2, and just 1 consideration, I really prefer the look and feel of the current Nirvana, it was less distracting and with less design…

  19. Ian on Tue, 23rd Nov 2010 5:09 am
  20. Loving Nirvana and currently trying Nirvana 2. I use Omnifocus on my Mac but needed something for my Windows PC at work – Nirvana is a good match! A few suggestions: (i) I much prefer the ‘today’, ‘tomorrow’ flags for due dates; (ii) is it possible to have a view that shows ALL tasks, grouped by status (i.e. today then next, then waiting, etc.) I keep forgetting that I have items in ‘waiting’ and want to chase them!, (iii) I’m sure it’s coming but some reformatting of the printed list would be great (title/owner, etc) (iv) again, I’m sure it’s coming but really keen to see email tickles and reminders in v2. Otherwise, thanks for a great product!

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  21. Chad on Tue, 30th Nov 2010 5:36 pm
  22. Very nice to see a GTD oriented app that is actually clean and functional! I’ll make a full switch over once you have an android app.

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