LiquidPlanner Upgrades iOS App

— May 09, 2013

LiquidPlanner, a provider of priority-based, predictive project management software, has released an upgraded iOS app for iPhone and iPad that lets users manage the important details of their projects away from their desktops. With 4.0, task managers can have more active control over how they update plans and schedules, and stay connected with teammates on their mobile devices.

While the previous version of the app supported updating tasks and adding comments, it was generally used to check in on a project’s status.  The new version features a complete edit panel with accessible custom fields, attachment capabilities, Box integration and the ability to create packages, projects and folders, and more.

Users can now create, edit and prioritize projects – and all their related tasks – to do almost all their project management work from their mobile devices.

The upgrade includes added support for iPhones with iOS 6 and added support for iPhone 5’s larger screen. Other new features include the ability to drag-and-drop prioritized items, create and assign checklist items and the ability to create packages, projects and folders.

In addition, there is support for the LiquidPlanner Inbox and a new “Week Start” workspace setting along. For the iPad, there is a new My Tasks view, grouped tasks by week, added key data columns.
The free app is available in the Apple itunes Store.


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