Sunday, January 3, 2010

New release (1.0.1135)

The first release of the new year is available:
This release includes some bug fixes and a new feature. See the release notes for details on the bug fixes.

Some users and myself noticed that a lot of the time, as soon as we turn off a timer, we published the worklogs to JIRA right away. So my workflow would be a lot like:
  • Start timer
  • Do some work
  • Stop timer
  • Command-P for publish (or CTRL-P on Windows/Linux)
Now you can click the "Automatically submit worklogs" option in the redesigned configuration window as shown below:

Whenever a worklog is added to the pending worklogs, it is automatically submitted. Any errors that occur are reported to you otherwise you can continue on your work. This is a good way to ensure that you don't forget to submit your worklogs to JIRA. As it turns out, this is a common occurrence. Hopefully this lets you work with a bit more security on that end of things.

Well, that's all for now! Have a good week and happy time tracking :)

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