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    Code update and hiding your legend

    We just updated Tom’s Planner. The changes are mainly under the hood. We fixed some small bugs and made quite a few changes leading up to the ability to choose custom colors in Tom’s Planner for your time blocks and group headers.

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    Sponsoring Nos Ta Konekta

    We are super proud to be one of the main sponsors of the project ‘Nos Ta Konekta’ 2018/2019. 60 kids in one of the underprivileged neighborhoods in Curacao will be provided with a laptop and 20 3-hour computer lessons each. The neighborhood itself will have 4 free wifi access points for a year and the parents will receive some guidance as well.

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    More secure and dropping support for Internet Explorer 10

    We have turned on HSTS for Tom’s Planner. This is a technology that will improve online security while connected to a public wifi network, like in a hotel or restaurant for instance. Unfortunately though, Internet Explorer version 10 does not support HSTS. So we are forced to drop support for Internet Explorer 10 as of today.

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    Alive and kicking!

    Ahum… this is kinda embarrassing. Recently we got inquiries if Tom’s Planner is still in active development. Yes, it is! Behind the scenes, we are working hard, and for that reason, we have neglected to maintain our social media profiles :-). We have been working on lot’s of small issues instead of one significant feature, and we simply didn’t get around to talking to our users.

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    New feature: dependencies

    As of today you can add automatically updating dependencies to your Gantt chart. In Tom’s Planner it’s pretty easy to keep your chart up to date with changes in your project manually. But when your project get’s larger and more complicated it might be a good idea to link tasks to each other so that if you move one task the dependent tasks will move automatically as well.

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    We made it a bit easier to invite others to collaborate.

    As of today you can share your chart with others by simply entering the the email addresses of the persons you would like to invite to collaborate on your chart. Tom’s Planner does the rest for you. It will send the emails to the others and provide them with instructions on how to accept your invitation. You can invite up to 50 persons at a time.

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    New icon set and color picker

    We have freshened things up a bit. The icon set and color picker in the tool have both been updated. The icons are the same but they look much more current en fresh. The new color picker contains fewer colors but they are much clearer and distinctive.

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    Where did my legend go?

    It’s fairly easy to hide a legend of a Gantt chart in Tom’s Planner. Just right click the legend and then click on the ‘hide legend’ option in the menu that appeared. Getting the legend back is a lot harder. So what if you hid it by accident?

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    Improved search & filtering

    In Tom’s Planner you can apply filters to your Gantt charts allowing you to, for instance, only see activities in a certain time period, with a certain color or with a specific name. This is super usefull if you, for instance, want to check which tasks are assigned to Pete or if you want to see all tasks that are scheduled for today.

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    Set the first day of the week – you choose

    Different countries have different ‘first days of the week’. In Europe the first day of the week is considered to be Monday, in the US and Japan it’s Sunday and in some middle eastern countries it’s Saturday.

    And you can now set the first day of the week in your Gantt chart yourself. Just click the ‘settings & plugins’ button in the top toolbar and change the ‘first day of the week’ setting.

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    New Feature: scroll to any activity in your chart

    As of today you can scroll to any activity in your Gantt chart with just one simple mouse click. When a row in your chart contains a symbol or period and you hover, with your mouse, over the row a button will apear just left of the grid with two arrows on it. Click the double arrow button and your chart will automaticaly scroll to the period or symbol in the row.

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    No more pop-ups and easier bookmarking!

    Up until today, when you clicked the login button on the home page, the tool would open in a seperate pop-up window. We have changed that. From now on, when you click the log-in button, a new page will be loaded containing the tool. This is much more like you would expect it to work and allows you to much easier boomark your Gantt charts.

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