Believe it or not, Alpha 16 represents a week of truly intense work – but has virtually nothing to show for it!
The reason being it’s one of those interminably dull efforts for stability and efficiency. The most observable of which is that if you do have problems, GTDInbox should now be far more vocal about telling you so – so at least diagnosis will be easier!
All improvements are based on the feedback we’ve received, notably from Michael Lebor, Alain Aubert, Anthony Apparailly, Bart Tuts, Binny Bansal, Susan Penter and including a first rate scolding from Ivan Lacasa for misspelling Gina Trapani’s name on the website 😉
There are a few visual tweaks courtesy of Pete. Our tireless mission to reduce the size of the Labelling Box continues, and we have new Status buttons. I’m not yet 100% convinced about the change (they’re much flatter) so let me know your thoughts.
There’s a blog post to follow on a design decision we have to make; and then we’re into some rapid development on new features I’m very excited about (including our first go at including some simple Stats) next week.
It’s available from http://www.gtdinbox.com/gettingstarted.htm.
PS Thanks entirely to Dr Mike Crowe, we’re making our first efforts to get GTDInbox working on Prism. For those unfamiliar with it, it means you’ll be able to install Gmail+GTDInbox as a standalone application on your system; so you can run it alongside any browser you choose. It’s going to take a while to perfect, but work is underway.
This was written by Andy Mitchell