Release Notes: A WordPress Plugin is now available for integrating Connect Daily into WordPress Web sites. The plugin provides Mini-Calendar widgets, Simple and Detailed List of Events widgets, and IFRAME widgets for inserting full-sized calendars into the site. JSONP data export ability was added to simplify AJAX programming. Overall program performance was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds a new Month view that supports spanning or bannerizing multi-day events. Support for sharing events to Facebook or Twitter using AddThis was added. Dojo was updated to version 1.6 to add new Rich Text Editor features. A Web site integration wizard that generates HTML code for integrating the calendar into a Web page was added. There were many other small fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: This release revises the search event screen to support phrase match and negative keywords. The search screen also supports filtering on custom fields. Custom fields now supports multiple select checkbox groups. iCal/RSS feeds now set ETag/Last Modified values to minimize bandwidth usage by clients. Upgraded to the latest version of Dojo. Several other small bugfixes and feature improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds new recurrence types including daily, and every N patterns for Weekly and Monthly recurrence. It upgrades the rich text editor to the current Dojo release to fix work around compatibility issues with IE. Month view can now be configured to show events in cells for the preceding and following months. A German translation for captions has been added.
Release Notes: This is a major release. It adds a rich text editor for event descriptions. You can now create notification filters based event type, event owner, or resources used on an event. You can now create a header displayed when users are logged in. A usage report system has been created. Examples of queries include total resource usage, total calendar usage, and resource usage by calendar. Reported values can be sum of hours, number of events, or a count of other variables. In total, 33 new features or improvements were added, and 22 bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release improves the appearance and layout of the drop-down menu. It changes the default day span on RSS feeds to be all events if no day span is specified. It fixes problems in notification/reminder code introduced by the iCal Attachment change. If the SQL Command Window statement is not SELECT, the statement type is set to exec by default. An NPE if you tried to import a non-XML file from the RSS Import screen and an NPE in the InstanceOrSeries dialog triggered by robots have been fixed. Email errors in approver notification now go to the audit trail log.
Release Notes: This release adds an audit trail to track system changes. It adds RSS import. Imports can now be marked as recurring for periodic automatic re-import. Import screens support an undo function. A container-level authentication provider has been added, including support for Windows integrated security. The planner view now supports variable period display. There are multiple other improvements in the import function. There are some 18 or so minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The previous Gantt chart view has been replaced with a new view that has variable time spans, and can be used to view not only resources, but calendars and event types. It supports variable sizing to display large spans of times clearly, event coloring, and quick event adding using click and drag. CSV import now supports Item GUID, enabling multiple imports without creating duplicate events. Reminders and Notifications now shows other users reminders and notifications that will generate a message to your account.
Release Notes: This release adds a custom header creation tool, CSS creation tools, a screen to simplify public calendar setup, and an Add Calendar wizard that simplifies calendar creation. Additional CSS elements now allow styling cells based on the day of the week. Email notifications and reminders now allow ala-carte addition of email addresses. Some two dozen other small enhancements and bugfixes were made.