Android Update! Lots of UX and design improvements

 Hi mates.

Ismael here. I am very excited today, we just rolled out a new update for the Android application:
Release v1.1.8 UI/UX Improvements.
1. New workspaces screen.
Your workspaces list has been redesigned. First of all, the input field has been taken away from the list and is available when you click on “Add”. Also, this is now where you will find the link to your Account screen (yes, here at the highest hierarchy of the app).
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The workspaces are now bigger, clearer, more reactive, and display new info such as the admin, the number of colleagues and the number of active tasks in it. If you click on the right bottom triangle, you will access the 4 options of the workspace: rename, invite, make it default and delete/leave.
2. New input for the task, dashboard, label, note and subtask creation/edition
The input is now more Androidish since it is a simple dynamic popin.
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3. New popins design
All the popins of the app are now uniformed with a more user friendly design that displays user selections.
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4. New filter per user
We introduce a new kind of filter, the user filter, that has been in the web application for a while now. When you select a user via this filter, you will only see the tasks the user is responsible or creator. If you select Team’s tasks, you will see all the tasks in the workspace.
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5. Filters saved per workspace
The filter, label and user you select to customize your task list are now saved per workspace. Once again, we try to make the experience close to the web application.
6. New deadline screen
A picture is worth a description. I hope you will like it.
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7. Stability and Sync improvements
We received some complaints from Android 4.0 and above users. We identified the issue and everything should be running smoothly. Hopefully no more crashes and the sync engine is now automatic when you open the app. For the widget, a “Refresh” button has been added. You have the control of the widget update and consumption now.
That’s all folks! I am not talking about the mini-tweaks you will discover throughout the use of the app. If you want to say something, comments, encouragements, critics, bugs, improvements… Please we are for you:
I would like to thank our beta testers that have been very helpful and always come out with pertinent feedback, especially Jamie, Michal and Kevin.
The Producteev Team.