A newer, more beautiful Requirements
Today we’ve deployed out a new version of Usable Requirements. We’ve made managing project requirements even better.
It’s more beautiful. The new version of the application is more readable thanks to revamped fonts and layout. We’ve tweaked the themes so there’s more variation, improved the colour schemes, and added labels to absolutely everything. We love the new look and we hope you do too.
We’ve add status markers. The current status of any requirement or task is immediately obvious thanks to a new colour flash on the left side of each item. You can see the status of your project at a glance. The markers flow through the entire app too, so you’re never left wondering.
We’ve made preferences easier to update. With Requirements we know you want to be in control of your account. Previously the way the app works and the way it looks were managed separately; we’ve consolidated these preferences on to one page so you can manage your settings more easily.
We’ve updated the dashboard. When you log in to your project you’re presented with a dashboard that gives you easy to understand yet in-depth data about how much activity there is on your project. You can see recent updates to requirements and tasks, change activity, and more.
Account updates happen in real time. We’ve take the protocol we invented for the Requirements app to keep projects up-to-date in real time between logged in users and re-used it on the account management application. This means any changes to a user in an account or project are automatically sent to all the others in that account or project. This means everyone knows exactly what’s going on all the time.
We also fixed some bugs, improved the speed of the application, and added some code to make building new features faster. We’re keen to hear from everyone, so drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you think.
If you’re not managing your goals, driving your tasks and tracking what changes in your projects, sign up for Requirements now.