The new Timeneye is officially out of beta. This simply means that Timeneye is now stable and it contains the features we wanted to share with our customers. A lot of new features and improvements are already in the pipeline though, so keep in touch!
With the stable release of the new Timeneye, which contains some bugfix too, we focused on improving the suggested time entries interface and user interaction.
You can now scroll between days in the suggested entries list: this should make it easier to confirm previous suggested entries when you miss confirming them the same day they popped out.
We’ve reorganized the user preferences dialog too, adding the possibility to control the suggestion entries behavior: for each suggestions source (i.e. Basecamp, Google Calendar, etc.), you can set its mode to “auto” (meaning Timeneye will automatically hide suggestions coming from there if you don’t really use that source), to “on” or “off”.
Well then, happy tracking!