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the latest dypt changes

Wednesday April 17, 2024

Docs, blog post and bug fix

  • Added a new blog post on task repeats
  • Added a documentation page on task repeats
  • Added repeats per plan to the pricing table
  • Fixed a bug that caused deadlines to be rolled forward incorrectly
Tuesday April 16, 2024

Repeats now available for all plans

You can now create task repeats on all plans, including up to 3 on the free plan. Repeats allow you to automatically create new tasks based on a schedule you define. For example, you can setup a repeat to create a new task every Monday, or every 3 days. See the previous change log entry for more details repeats. The dypt home page and docs will be updated soon with much more detail.

Other changes:

  • You can now set an option to automatically archive previous tasks in the series when creating a repeat
  • All include options (e.g. subtasks, notes etc) now default to on when creating a repeat
  • Corrected display issues with the repeat dialog on mobile
  • Fixed an error that prevented toggling shared tasks on the dashboard
  • Reverted tooltips to click instead of hover as they were causing issues on mobile
  • Prevented the push notification setting from toggling when you first open the settings page
Monday April 15, 2024

Bug fixes and improvements

  • Fixed a bug that caused tasks to repeat too frequently
  • Fixed a bug that prevented setting the "Save to" task when creating a new repeat
  • Weekly / daily emails now ignore completed tasks when providing breakdowns
  • When inviting a user by username to share a task, the username is now case-insensitive
  • dypt will now prevent you from creating a task repeat on a task that is already repeating
  • When copying an archived task, the newly created task will now be unarchived
Thursday April 11, 2024

Task repeats and timezone support

This is the beta launch of the next major feature for dypt: task repeats.

You can now set tasks to repeat daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly. The repeat options are incredibly flexible and allow you to customise the repeat pattern to suit your exact needs.

Want a task to repeat every 2 weeks on a Monday and Wednesday? No problem. Need a task to repeat on the last Friday of every month? Easy.

What's more you can choose what exactly repeats about the task. You can repeat just the task itself, or the task and all its subtasks and notes. This allows you to create complex repeating tasks that include all the information you need.

You can also choose exactly where newly created tasks are placed. You can have them created in the same list as the original task, or in a different list. This allows you to keep your lists clean and organised.

Initially the repeat options are only available to pro and vip users whilst we gather feedback and make any necessary changes. However, I plan to roll out the feature to all users in the coming weeks.

As part of this update I've also added timezone support. Timezones are automatically set based on your device's timezone, but you can change this in user settings if you need to. This allows you to set due dates and times in your local timezone and have them automatically adjust if you travel.

It also means that daily and weekly emails are now sent at the correct time for all timezones.

I hope you enjoy these new features and I look forward to hearing your feedback. If you have any questions or suggestions please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Saturday March 30, 2024

Bug fix

Fixed new user sign up bug that led to users being stuck on the "One moment" screen after sign up.

Monday March 25, 2024

Feedback and roadmap

I've integrated Canny into the website to collect feedback and feature requests. You can now submit your ideas and vote on existing ones. I'll use this feedback to prioritise the roadmap and plan future updates.

The roadmap shows the status of planned features and what's currently in development.

You can find the links in user settings or directly here: Feedback / Roadmap.

Friday March 22, 2024

Feature pages

Added a series of feature pages to the dypt landing page to better showcase the product's capabilities. These pages are accessible from the main navigation menu and provide a more detailed overview of each feature.

Thursday March 14, 2024

Database changes

dypt now uses a different database provider which allows for faster performance with data being located far closer to the end user. This change should be seamless to you, but if you notice any issues, please let me know.

Our privacy policy has been updated to reflect this change.

Thursday February 22, 2024

New option and bug fixes

  • New: Added a general setting to disable text confirm for task deletion
  • Fix: Fixed an error when deleting multiple tasks from the all tasks view
Saturday February 10, 2024

New onboarding guided tour

A fairly large update today, I've added a new onboarding guided tour to help new users get started. The tour will guide you through the main features of the app and help get you up to speed faster.

Full list of changes:

  • New welcome screen on first signin
  • New onboarding guided tour
  • New help menu in settings with links to restart the tour, watch the original video tutorials, and visit the docs
  • Close button in settings added to the top right corner
  • User settings changes are now optimistic and thus 'instant'
  • Task counts when filtering are now dependent on each other for a more accurate count
  • Box links on the dashboard disabled when "Shared" tasks included as they are not supported
  • Fewer queries are now used to get task counts, so a more responsive feel

Please get in touch if you have any feedback on the onboarding guide, I'm eager to make this as useful as possible to new users.

Wednesday February 07, 2024

Bug fixes

Several bug fixes today, thanks to everyone who reported them. The main changes are:

  • Calendar no longer highlights todays date if the current month is not shown
  • Confirm dialog text is reset after submitting or cancelling
Monday February 05, 2024

Premium plans launch

Big update today, the premium plans are now available!

Check out the full launch announcement here.

Many updates and bug fixes have been made to dypt, including:

  • Added references to dypt now being part of Poyzer Tech Limited
  • Updated terms, privacy policy and refund policy
  • Premium plans marketing copy and pricing updates
  • Payment processing for premium plans
  • Added Subscriptions overview and management page
  • AI usage stats are now shown on the Subscriptions settings page
  • Added "Advanced AI" feature
  • Added "Add tasks from an image" feature
  • Added "Private sharing" feature
  • Added "Daily Summary" feature
  • Reordered main menu buttons to "Dash", "Tasks" & "Calendar"
  • Added shared tasks page
  • Added gear icons to go straight to settings
  • Changed dypt icon in add task bar to auto add and breakdown
  • Provided the option in settings to hide the advanced add task button
  • Made reorder blue blocks larger
  • Added ability to choose your notification settings
  • Changed confirm message on multi delete to 'delete' to match single delete
  • Updated to latest AI models, improving accuracy
  • Changed default "end of" buttons to set the time to 6pm
  • You can now click on the task header title to open the edit dialog
  • Fixed page not found error on initial sign up
  • Fixed weekly emails not being sent
Monday December 11, 2023

Bug fixes and pro updates

Fixed multiple bugs and applied behind the scenes software updates.

Added the beginnings of the pro version of the app.

You will now start to see references in the dypt interface to options that will be available in the pro version.

The features you will see so far are:

  • an option to switch between the standard AI and an advanced AI
  • an option to generate tasks from a photo or image

You will not be able to enable these yet, the new plans will be available in the new year.

If you like to live on the bleeding edge and would enjoy beta testing the pro plans (for free) as they are developed, please contact me.

Tuesday December 05, 2023

Pricing page

Added a pricing page to the site so you can see what's coming.

The free plan remains as is and we have no plans to change it.

You'll be able to unlock some fantastic features for a small monthly fee in 2024.

Check out the new pricing page for more details.

Monday December 04, 2023

Bug fixes

Fixed the following:

  • a 'something went wrong' error when you initially signed up or in
  • a bug that reset a tasks completion state when you made multiple task changes
  • fix a bug that nagivated you back to the wrong page when using the keyboard
  • added an indication when you have hidden archived tasks
Friday December 01, 2023

Landing page improvements and bug fixes

The main dypt landing page has been updated to better explain what dypt is and how it can help you.

I've also fixed a couple of bugs:

  • the dashboard occassionally didn't update when you made a change
  • now when you archive/unarchive a task, all children are also archived/unarchived
Wednesday November 29, 2023

Dashboard & weekly summary

I've added a dashboard tab which shows you a summary of your dypt activity.

This includes:

  • an overview of your dypt tasks completion status
  • a summary of your deadlines
  • a summary of your priorities

You can click on any of the boxes to be taken to the relevant tasks.

Similarly, you can now receive a weekly summary email which contains the same information. You can enable or disable this email on the dypt notifications page which is accessible by clicking on your profile picture.

Monday November 20, 2023

Notifications settings

You can now more easily control the notifications you receive from dypt.

  • Push notifications: allows you to enable or disable push (direct to device) notifications. This is useful if, for example, you want to receive notifications on your phone, but not on your laptop.

You can find the notifications settings on the dypt user page which is accessible by clicking on your profile picture.

Sunday November 19, 2023

General settings

Updates have been a little slower over the last week.

I've mainly been working on setting up a company for dypt, which should allow me to bring some great new features in the near future.

More to follow on that soon.

I have done some development too though, creating the beginings of a general settings page. You've always been able to manage your account (e.g. username, email, password etc), but now you can also manage your dypt app settings.

The first of the settings you can customise are:

  • The default number of tasks per page: to date you have been able to change this on the fly, but it wasn't persisted between sessions. Now you can set it once and it will be applied every time you open dypt.
  • The first day of the week: which will be used to determine the order of days in the calendar views. This is useful if you want to see the week starting on a Monday rather than a Sunday.

You can find the new settings on the dypt user page which is accessible by clicking on your profile picture.

I'll be adding many more things you can customise in the weeks to follow.

Wednesday November 08, 2023

Terms of service & privacy policy

Today I've added terms of service and a privacy policy to the dypt website.

The new dypt terms of service describes the terms and conditions you agree to when using dypt. You can find it at dypt.app/terms.

Privacy is incredibly important to me so I take your privacy seriously and want to keep you informed. The new dypt privacy policy describes how dypt collects, uses and shares your personal information. You can find it at dypt.app/privacy.

I've tried to keep both as simple as possible though these things never are in practice.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Tuesday November 07, 2023

An updated AI model and bug fixes

Several bug fixes and a new AI model today:

  • Updated the AI model, it now has access to data through to April 2023
  • Fixed a bug that prevented emails being sent
  • Made the app faster by refactoring the code
  • Fixed a bug that allowed you to navigate to an invalid task
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the edit task dialog from working correctly
Thursday November 02, 2023

Keeping you in the loop - first of the reddit feedback updates

As the dypt community grows, I'm getting lots of feedback on how to improve the app. This is fantastic but I'm conscious that with the exception of major new feature blog posts, I've quietly updated the site without letting anyone know. With more active users, that feels unfair and potentially confusing.

So I'm going to start posting updates here so that you can see what's recently changed and to provide context on why it's changed.

I recently shared dypt on reddit and got some great feedback. I've been working on some of the suggestions and here's the first of many updates to come from it:

  • Allowed users to set a password for their account for email login (instead of just using a magic link)
  • Made it clearer that when you use AI to generate tasks, they become subtasks of the selected task and not new tasks on the current page
  • Allowed setting the number of tasks per page to a minimum of 5 (instead of 10) for those that want to avoid the feeling of being overwhelmed
  • Increased the padding and general visual size of each task to make your tasks feel less cluttered
  • Added a "Saving..." indicator to the notes panel to make it clearer that notes are saved on the fly
  • Added a button to allow for obvious navigation away from the account settings page
  • Added a step indicator to the tutorial so you know how far along you are

I hope you like the changes so far. If you have any feedback, please let me know. I'm always happy to hear from you.