Free users will be happy with this update! 💃
We are liberating a feature previously reserved for Premium users: the schedule history.
Besides that, we improved the schedule statistics with a brand-new pie chart and a better date selector.
And more features! 🙀
Let’s see the new changes in detail:
THE SCHEDULE HISTORY IS NOW FREE
Up until version 4.2, free users could only access one day in their schedule history. In other words, yesterday. If they wanted to see previous days, they needed to upgrade to Premium:
We understand that this limitation was frustrating. Not being able to see what you did just two days ago doesn’t make a good impression on a new user of the app.
So starting version 4.3, free users will be able to access their full past history:
That, combined with the new statistics screen, gives free users more tools to analyze their time. At the same time, it should increase app retention and engagement as well. So this change is a win-win for users and for us.
NEW STATISTICS CHART
When you open the schedule statistics you’ll find a new pie chart graph:
This chart allows you to analyze your time in a more visual way, instead of just looking at a list of items.
That being said, you’ll find the full detail on the card below the chart:
In addition, you can click on any slice of the pie to show or hide the value of that slice:
That way, you will be able to share on social media only the data you want to share.
NEW STATISTICS DATE SELECTOR
As you may have observed, there’s a new date selector for statistics:
This new selector allows you to calculate your stats by day, week, month, year and even custom range (this last one had been a highly requested feature for a while).
Furthermore, you can easily navigate through adjacent ranges with the navigation arrows:
Our intention is to add more statistics options in future updates, and even create a full-fledged statistics section.
⚠ Daily statistics are free for everyone, but the rest of the options (weekly, monthly, etc) will be Premium.
SUPPORT FOR RTL LANGUAGES
TimeTune 4.3 finally includes support for RTL (right-to-left) languages:
That was a highly requested feature as well and it required some thorough testing 🔎
Luckily, the Android framework does the majority of the work when mirroring the screens, but there are always some tricky cases that need special attention.
To inaugurate this feature, we added the Persian translation. We’ll add other RTL translations as soon as they get completed in the translation platform.
Other minor changes and bug fixes included in this version are:
- Schedule: fixed a bug where the round button did not appear on the history.
- Templates: fixed bugs related to blocks without duration.
- Widget: if a block has multiple tags, they now appear vertically to avoid hidden tags.
- Translations: Persian, Thai.
- Other smaller adjustments.
There are several features we’d like to improve, and others we’d like to add 👷♀️
So stay tuned, more updates are on the way!