We’ve been working pretty hard on Tempo since we released the new design this Summer, fixing bugs, refining the interfaces, and making those subtle tweaks that can really make a difference with a piece of software that we use frequently while we work. With that in mind, we’ve got another maintenance update out that should provide some requested changes and fix yet more “things” that needed fixing.
Here’s the full list of what’s changed, then I’ll go into what we’ve got coming down the pipe:
We’ve been working hard behind the scenes on another major update for Tempo that should dramatically improve our ability to set up teams and collaborate. The current system can be a little bit confusing for first-time users who are looking to set up a Tempo account for their organization and invite their teammates. In the future, the setup process will distinguish between an Account, and a User. An Account will have a distinct name, e.g. Conglomo, and a subdomain for accessing the account (e.g. conglomo.keeptempo.com). Billing functions will move to the account and users will be set up directly under the account by the account owner or any users assigned as managers.
Once we’ve got that in place, we plan on putting together an iPhone application (we’ve got some experience doing that now), making some much-needed improvements to our API, and getting to work on some of the integrations people have been asking for.
Oh, we’re cooking up a Gadget for the Windows Sidebar, too!