We released a new version on April 27, 2013

We just released the latest version of Binfire’s online project management application. The goal for this version was to make creating and editing of tasks and sub-tasks as easy as possible. In addition the previous version had a few issues when it came to auto save. Sometimes the page lost information and the text area became jerky during the auto save. In the new version you will be pleasantly surprised by how easy it is to create a task, add subtasks to a task, assign people to a task, set start and end dates plus add dependencies to your tasks. You can even record what percentage of a task is already completed in the same page. The new task page is solid as a rock and you will not notice any jerky motion or lost data when the page is auto saved (you will not notice the save action at all).

We also have improved the Gantt chart. Now you can see all your tasks graphically much better. In addition we have improved the dependencies and the predecessor options for both tasks and milestones.

We also upgraded our email service and now using for all emails sent by the application. This has improved the delivery of the email service tremendously from the previous versions of the application.

We did also a lot of code cleanup and fixed quite a few annoying bugs which seemed we never had time to fix. Open a free account and see for yourself all the advance features which Binfire offers to your team and bring your projects to fruition faster than you ever thought possible. We love to here your feedback. Leave a comment here (no spam please, we read all comments before we approve them for the post here) or send us email to support(at)binfire(dot)com. Dan and his team in the customer support will do everything possible to get back to you as soon as humanly possible and answer your questions.

To see our latest press release click here.



David Robins

David Robins


David Robins is the founder and CEO of Binfire. David studied at both Cornell and MIT, and was the Director of Software Engineering at Polaroid for 11 years.

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