- The web link for emails imported from Outlook or Gmail can open the email in Superhuman. Configure this in your account settings. More info on this thread.
- Due dates for Trello Checklist items now show when previewing Trello card information.
- You can now add new tasks to Sunsama without opening the Sunsama app with the global add task keyboard shortcut. Learn more from our help center article.
- Search filters don't reset when you close a tab or close Sunsama.
- The calendar zoom toggle button is now more obvious.
Improvements to the Jira integration:
- When issues are filtered because they've already been imported to Sunsama, highlight the filter visually so it's more apparent why issues are not listed.
- When navigating to a new project, fix an issue that could load a blank page of results.
- When navigating to the last page of issue results, fix an issue that didn't let you go back a page.
You can now add new tasks to Sunsama without opening the Sunsama app.
Aon Windows/Linux) to add a task from anywhere.
You must have the desktop app running in order to use global keyboard shortcuts. It can be running in the background.
You must be on version 2.0.2 (or newer). If you already have the desktop app, you can update it automatically by quitting and re-launching. If you haven't installed the desktop app, you can download the latest version here.
If the default key bind conflicts with another shortcut you use, you can change the key bind (or disable the global shortcut entirely) from your account settings page.
Learn more from our help center article.
- Any filters in Jira that you have 'favorited' are now available in the filter dropdown. This feature replaces Sunsama's basic "saved JQL query". Learn more.
- You can logout of Sunsama from all of your devices from your account settings.
You can now set the start date on a task during task creation.
From anywhere you can create a new task, simply type
@to begin setting the start date. Then type:
- natural words like "tomorrow", "Friday", or "next week"
- a specific date like "Dec 21"
As you type your start date, a dropdown will show indicating the date. Hit
enterto select that date.
enteragain to finish creating the task. The task will automatically appear on the date you've selected.
There are some other behaviors in this new feature, such as using the
@key to snooze a task to the backlog. Check out this video for a full overview of this new feature.
- Setting a task's start date by typing @tomorrowwhile creating a task is now supported anywhere new tasks can be made.
- The collapsed/uncollapsed view of a context in the left panel is synced across your sessions.
- When a scheduled task takes longer (or shorter) than you expect, remaining tasks will be auto-rescheduled to the next available time.
- When creating a task via the keyboard shortcut a, use the@shortcut to change its start date (e.g. 'Do this thing @tomorrow').
- Tasks are correctly added to today's column as incomplete when adding them during daily planning.
- You can set a daily planning time between 12 AM - 1 AM without it reverting to 9 AM.
- If a context is private all of its sub-channels will be hidden from teammates who aren't part of the context.
Automatically adjust the rest of your day when a task takes longer (or shorter) than planned.
Falling behind schedule
When a task takes longer than you had originally scheduled, or a new task comes up that you hadn't originally scheduled, it's now easy to adjust your remaining schedule for the day.
Just adjust the task on your calendar, and your remaining tasks for the day will be automatically rescheduled to the next available time.
Getting ahead of schedule
When you finish a task quicker than you had scheduled, it's now easy to adjust your remaining schedule for the day.
Just complete the task, and your remaining tasks for the day will be automatically shifted forward to fill the newly available time.
If you don't want the auto-rescheduler to work its magic, you can:
- Hold down 'Shift' when adjusting a task on your calendar
- Use 'Cmd + Z' ('Ctrl + Z' on Windows) to undo the auto-rescheduling
- Permanently disable auto-rescheduling from your account settings page
- Only tasks are auto-rescheduled. Meetings, and other events originating from your calendar, are never touched.
- Only tasks that have already been scheduled will be auto-rescheduled. Auto-reschedule won't attempt to adjust tasks you haven't already put on your calendar.
To learn more about the nuances of how auto-rescheduling works, read our full auto-rescheduling guide.
- Browse and import issues/PRs from GitHub Projects v2.
- Outlook events load faster when you have a lot of recurring events.
- If a task has rolled over any number of days, the rollover count is now always displayed on the task card. Previously, this information would only be shown if a task had rolled over multiple days, and it would do so in less minimalistic UI. It should now always clear which tasks have rolled over without this information being a distraction.
Here's an example of what a task that's rolled over once looks like (i.e. it rolled over from yesterday):
- When aligning a task with an objective, preserve the task's current channel if it has one.
- Calendar events no longer disappear for a few seconds immediately after being created.