We couldn't have let July slip past without another Runn product update!
We know that speed is of essence when you're juggling multiple projects and reacting to client demands. Which is why you can now click and drag to create assignments and time off. Combined with our new quick editor, this allows you to schedule work really fast and react to changes to your plans quickly.
To top things off, we also added support to organize your employees into teams. Search and filter by team, and easily schedule an entire team to a project. Enjoy!
If you have any comments or questions about this release, don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click and drag to create assignments and time off
Up until today, all new assignments had to be created using the calendar. Now, you can click into a cell and drag your mouse to create an assignment. Simple as that!
Small but mighty. Say hello to Runn's new quick editor
When you create or click to edit an assignment on the Planner, we now show you a quick editor by default. Adjust the hours per day or the overall duration of the assignment with a few simple clicks. If you need to make more detailed adjustments, you still have the option to fall back to the full calendar.
Great things are done by teams!
Have you noticed that you can now allocate your employees into teams? This is really handy if you work in an Agile way and group people into delivery squads, or if you want to organize people into different departments.
What's even better is that you can filter the People Planner by team to see everyone's workload in one place.
Plus, you can now assign an entire team to a project. Just search for the team name in the Add Person dialog box, then use the multi-select functionality to add everyone from that team at the same time.
- On the project page, your project team's planned hours are now split into past and future hours.
- We updated number formatting in the project stats on the Projects Planner.
- We fixed a bug that prevented archived projects from being shown in the archived projects list.