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Is there a Changelog in which we can get updated on what has been changed in Todoist over the weeks?

It could be useful to track new features and etc.

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David Trey staff
Replied on Jul 17, 2013 - 23:45 UTC

Hello Rafael,

Although we don't have a changelog for the web-app, when we update our mobile apps, we post what has been changed in the "what's new" section of the app and any big changes in Todoist across all platforms are announced on our social media channels.

You can follow us on:
- Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Todoist/165864136843769
- Google+ https://plus.google.com/106827182652048588353/
- Twitter https://twitter.com/todoist


Best regards,
David

ckempo premium
Replied on Sep 09, 2013 - 14:59 UTC

I noticed today that the add task panel has changed - new layout for the date and new interface for labels/priorities.
Couple this with rapid 2.0.x updates of the Android app - all of which have identical text for their "Whats New" blurb - and I think a wiki page or similar with a very simple reference to what has gone live when would be useful.

This would be especially useful as the changes can be remote - for example the Thunderbird extension hasn't been upgraded, you've changed it via your server side components.

David Trey staff
Replied on Sep 09, 2013 - 17:52 UTC

Hello,

We will consider creating a separate page with announcements of any changes in the future.


Best regards,
David

DW
Dave Wittig premium
Replied on Aug 19, 2014 - 23:24 UTC

just wanted to second the request for a change log, or somewhere to read what is new in each version. The desktop version is the one I use the most, so I'm less interested in what is contained in the iOS updates.

thanks,
Dave

BT
Ben Tambling premium
Replied on Oct 10, 2014 - 06:48 UTC

Adding my support for this, it would be really great to see what's changed.

Seems to be pretty standard in lots of software and can result in lots of nice “Yes!” moments as we find something that we've been hoping for has been ticked off, or we are surprised by something unexpected.