Dearest Focusmate community, Below are the latest product updates and plans, as of today, August 27th, 2018. Let us know your feedback in the comments! New Updates We did a bunch of small stuff this sprint. (A “sprint” is a 2-week unit of time used for planning purposes in Agile/Scrum software development methodology.) So I’m
Here’s the 3rd edition of our bi-weekly update on new and planned features. Let us know what you think in the comments! New Features These features are either already live or will be by Tuesday, August 14, 2018. Consolidate calendar invitation emails You will now only receive calendar invitations when you book or cancel an appointment,
Here’s the second edition of our bi-weekly update on new and planned features. As noted last time, two weeks is not much time, so these will be small updates, but they’ll help us stay accountable to you, our users, while also keeping you in the loop and providing another opportunity for you to share ideas
Our CTO Mike and I are going to try a new thing where we share updates on new and planned features every two weeks. Two weeks is not much time, so these will be small updates, but they’ll help us stay accountable to you, our users, while also keeping you in the loop and providing
We’re back with our second edition of monthly-ish updates! My team and I have listened to your feedback, and have been working around the clock to make some big changes to Focusmate that will be unveiled tonight!!!!
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Dear Focusmate family, I love and massively appreciate how engaged many of you are in our Facebook group. Building on that, I’m going to start doing monthly-ish updates as a way of engaging in a more structured dialogue with you about what’s happening. Highlights We’ve been approached by professors at NYU and Columbia interested researching
Today is day 25 of the first ever 10,000 Word Challenge: an experiment in building the writing habit, with a little mutual support and accountability from the 100+ participants thrown in the mix. For my part, the challenge did not go at all the way I expected.