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|Tuesday, May 1st, 2007|
Forgot to mention it here: new features came out
I forgot to mention this but, as of a week ago, we have a bunch of new features:
- You can now select multiple nodes at once. There are several ways to do this:
- Cmd-click (Ctrl-click on Windows) on a node to add / remove it from the current selection group.
- Cmd-option-click (Ctrl-alt-click on Windows) on a node to select it and its entire subtree. Note that, because Kayuda allows you to link any node to any node, selecting the “entire subtree” could get you more nodes than you expect.
- Click a node and choose “Select subtree” from the context menu in order to select the node and its entire subtree.
- Cmd-option-shift-click (Ctrl-alt-shift-click on Windows) to select a node and its immediate children. Do it a second (third, fourth…) time on the same node to add its grandchildren (great-grandchildren, great-great…etc) to the selection.
- Once you have multiple nodes selected, you can drag them as a group and click elsewhere to deselect them all.
- As a convenience we have put the “Rename” and “Delete” options on the node editor, turning it into a control center for the node. In our next push we will be extending this idea and adding a new skin and new functionality to the Node Control Center
- You can now change the font in your nodes.
- You can now change the font size in your nodes.
- You can now put pictures in your nodes. To do so, click the rightmost control on the editor toolbar, type in the URL to the image you want, and hit OK.
Hope you like it!
|Wednesday, April 4th, 2007|
New features: Infinite Invites, new interface
Two cool new features released today. First, you now have unlimited invites, so you can invite as many people as you want into your Private and Protected workspaces. Second, the workspace controls are now on their own panes so you can move them around and open and close them.
More info on the blog: http://blog.kayuda.com/
So, what do you want us to do next?
--Dks Current Mood: accomplished
|Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007|
What are you using Kayuda for?
Arg. I accidentally posted this as a reply in the prior thread. I hope it didn't get emailed to anyone.
Anyway, what are people using Kayuda for? My list looks like this:
- Business planning (figuring out how we are going to keep the meerkats fed)
- Task tracking (who is doing what, and where do they stand on it?)
- Roadmapping (what should we do next, and how hard is each possibility?)
Between these, the development of Kayuda is being managed in Kayuda (with a smidge of help from some other tools, for now)--gotta love that recursion!
If it seems like I'm not doing anything "fun" on Kayuda...well, to me, this stuff IS fun. Yeah, I know, I'm a big dork. :>
--Dks Current Mood: curious
|Thursday, March 29th, 2007|
Wow, look at this...there's actually people
on this community!
As of about 3 hours ago, we just went beta! And we pushed out a bunch of cool new features! Check the blog for full details: http://blog.kayuda.com/
--Dks Current Mood: happy