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Update - May 16, 2010

A new version (2010.7) of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • (Premium) Iteration burn down charts are now available in two flavors: burn down by task and burn down by story. Task burn down gives good granularity into how you're progressing towards your iteration goals. But, in the end, it is not progress that is important, but rather accomplishing your goals. Thus, the addition of burn down by story. You can now view how you're doing at completing your stories within the iteration. Teams just starting agile will probably focus more on task burn down. As you progress in your agility, story burn down might be a better fit.

    Note: Burn down charts rely on historical information. Story burn down data is being captured starting with this release. Therefore, it is not available prior to this release.

Update - April 25, 2010

A new version (2010.6) of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • (Premium) Iteration burndown charts no longer show weekends by default. This makes the chart more reflective of the actual time the team has to work towards its goals. To show weekends, click Show Weekends.
























  • (Premium) Project Admins on a project are now notified when someone completes a survey on the project.

Update - April 3, 2010

A new version (2010.5) of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • (Premium) Iteration burndown charts now show an ideal burndown line. This makes it easy to see at a glance if you're on target to hit your iteration goals.
























  • (Premium) Performance has been improved on initial log in when multiple projects are in use.
  • Ctrl-F now brings up the find text field.

Update - March 13, 2010

A new version (2010.4) of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • Users can now search for stories that contain a specified string. To use search, click on the expand button. Then enter your search text and hit return. Only those stories containing that text (whether in their name, description, acceptance criteria, custom string or text attributes or tasks) will be shown.







  • (Premium) Project admins can now move stories between projects.

Update - February 20, 2010

A new version (2010.3) of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • Whether story attributes are shown in the grid, their column width and their order are now set by user rather than by project. These can now be modified by read only and project users (since they have their own settings).
  • The select attributes button is now on the button row in the upper right rather than on the top of the rightmost column.

Update - January 30, 2010

A new version (2010.2) of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • The performance of starting and refreshing Planigle is now significantly better (particularly for projects with a large number of stories). As an example, for one large project the start time went from 30 seconds to 2 seconds. A few changes were made to the way Planigle works to improve performance:
    • Ranking is now relative to those stories currently shown.
    • The Move Existing button has been removed. You must instead edit (or multi-edit) the story instead.

Update - January 10, 2010

A new version (2010.1) of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • Users can now increase or decrease the font sizes used in Planigle by clicking on the up and down arrow in the upper right part of the screen. This can be particularly helpful when viewing on an overhead projector or at high resolution.
  • Changing the status of a task from created to any other status now automatically changes the owner to the current user if no owner had been previously assigned. This makes it easy to take on new tasks. Just change the status to In Progress in the grid and you're ready to go.

Update - November 22, 2009

A new version of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • (Premium Edition) Charts dynamically reflect today's changes. For example, if you mark a task done, it will immediately update the burndown chart.
  • When adding stories/tasks, the priority of the new item is right after the item currently selected.
  • You can include URLs in custom text fields by preceding them with http:// or https://.
  • Create & Close button allows you to create just one item easily.

Update - November 8, 2009

A new version of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • You can copy stories and tasks by holding the ctrl key down while dragging and dropping.
  • Export includes Estimate and Actual (if project has actuals turned on).
  • Time column in export has been renamed to To Do to mirror UI.
  • Notification emails include the project name in the subject.
  • Expanding the acceptance criteria automatically selects the last criterium in the list for editing.

Update - September 27, 2009

A new version of Planigle is now available. It includes the following changes:

  • Users can now view the unique identifier for stories and tasks on the story tab. To show this new column, click above the far right column of the story tab, check the Id column and click OK.
  • Checking to see if changes have been made is done more intelligently when creating new items (previously it was assumed to be dirty and clicking on another tab would warn you that changes would be lost).