New features in 2Day for Windows 10

New features in 2Day for Windows 10

This post is part of a series about 2Day for Windows 10: Post #1: First look at 2Day for Windows 10 Post #2: New features in 2Day for Windows 10 (this post)   In the previous post, I described the most visible changes at the UI level, now it’s time to share some of the new features that are coming with this release (I said “some” because another post will introduce a big new feature in the next few days).   Task details page layout & responsive UI The task details page has the same overall look at in Windows 8. The header has been redesigned, the action buttons too and speech recognition is now available from there. Old version: New version: You will notice a new button in the task bar: “add and continue”. This saves the current task and clear screen so that you can immediately add a new task. Very useful to perform a quick brain dump The new version also has a new tool to search for existing tag and choose one of them: Because 2Day for Windows 10 is the exact same app for desktop, tablet and mobile this page is now fully responsive:   Custom background image In the display settings, you will find a new feature: custom background ! You can now choose pick any picture from your library and use it as a background image in 2Day and you can also adjust opacity: I can’t wait to see screenshots of your customization of 2Day using this new feature   Keyboard shortcuts Another important new feature in this release are keyboard shortcuts. You...
First look at 2Day for Windows 10

First look at 2Day for Windows 10

This post is part of a series about 2Day for Windows 10: Post #1: First look at 2Day for Windows 10 (this post) Post #2: New features in 2Day for Windows 10   Early next week you will be able to grab 2Day for Windows 10. This new update will bring many new features and improvements. This post is the first of a series to highlight the most important changes in 2Day.   Taskbar integration The task bar icon was redesigned to better fit in the Windows 10 design guidelines: Application header The header was updated. Here is the old one: And here is the new one: The goal was to increase vertical space to show your content. I also decided to move the 4 commands in the right part of the header right in the left navigation menu. Search is now also directly integrated in the left navigation area. The logo of 2Day is gone in this process but it might come back in a future release. I also reviewed the design of group headers. Navigation menu As mentioned earlier, with the new header we now have more space to display your content in the navigation menu. You will also notice that commands that were previously in the bottom application bar (like settings) now are at the bottom of the navigation menu like in other Windows 10 apps: Contextual bar Because the app bar is gone (on desktop/tablet at least, more on that later) we needed a way to perform action on a set of selected tasks. It was previously possible to do that from the app bar:   We now have a much smaller, yet very effective...
2014, a year of major updates

2014, a year of major updates

2014 was a year of multiples updates for 2Day: Windows 8 version, 2Day Cloud, New logo, New UI, New Web Site, New Forum… Discover the important moments of last year on this infography… What are you waiting the most for 2015 ?  ...
New home !

New home !

2Day now has a brand new web site and forum...