Power.ME Release 11.4.0

We are proud to announce the arrival of Power.ME version 11.4.0. It’s packed with features that made Power.ME better able to adapt to your unique lifestyle.

  • Changing List Order: In any Power.ME list view, you can now change the default order. Simply click (or tap) the Actions button in the upper right corner of your screen, choose the Change Order option, and drag the Sort icon up or down until the item sits where you want it (the Sort icon is the three-line icon on the right edge of an item’s cell). If you move a task out of its original project or folder, its details will change to reflect its new assignment.
  • Executive View: Along with the default view Power.ME has always had, we’ve added an executive view you can implement by adjusting your settings. In executive view, projects are called file cabinet drawers, tasks are categorized in four different ways, and the home menu comes in a different order. Executive view gives you more options so you can adapt Power.ME to your way of getting things done.
  • Priority: Earlier in Power.ME you could highlight tasks; now you can highlight tasks to categorize them by priority. Each priority level (none, low, medium, high, and urgent) has a distinct highlight color so you can always find the tasks that demand your focus. Priority level even syncs to your team members’ devices when you share a task so everyone stays on the same page.
  • Organized List Views:
    • Now when you view your Due Date list, your tasks are divided out into separate sections based on when they’re due so you can better visualize demands on your time.
    • Inside a project or folder, your content is divided into one of three sections: Projects/Folders, Documents, or Tasks. While this is the same order your content appeared in before, now it’s easier to see.
  • Sleeker Interface: Power.ME received several cosmetic changes to make it simpler and more enjoyable to use.
  • Improved Stability: Every aspect of your Power.ME experience will run smoother.

One Comment

  1. Jul 19, 2011
    12:24 pm

    Tim Morrison

    Just a note on this excellent product. I’m not renewing my subscription because I cannot use it as I need to on the Android device.
    Without it simply being on Android system share list I can’t easily get items in and out of it. I’m back to using Springpad but check for updates periodically.
    Hopefully I could get an email informing me of this.
    Chicago Illinois

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