Happy Holidays from the OnePager team! Our sales, support, and licensing hours for the 2018 holiday season are as follows:
December 24: 9a-2:30p ET
December 25: Closed
December 26: 10a-7p ET
December 27: 10a-7p ET
December 28: 10a-7p ET
December 31: 9a-2:30p ET
January 1: Closed
We resume our normal weekday support schedule of 9a-8p ET on January 2, 2019.
Sometimes, it’s the little things that make a big difference. As we wrap up our overview of OnePager 6.1, we don’t want to overlook some of the cosmetic changes that we made to our templates, including a freshened color palette and an expanded palette of task bar shapes.
While these upgrades may not be as significant as the sweeping changes that we made to the time axis and to task links, they do make a big difference in terms of how the average OnePager chart is going to look.
Here’s a OnePager chart created in 6.1:
We’ve spent the last few weeks covering all of the new enhancements to the time axis in OnePager 6.1. Now we can shift gears a bit to discuss upgrades in other areas, starting with Auto-Save.
If you’ve ever gotten the Blue Screen of Death, been interrupted by a Windows Update, power outage, or had Microsoft Project crash, you know how frustrating it can be to lose your work, especially if you haven’t saved recently. With OnePager 6.1, we’ll now save a backup copy of your open file every five minutes. Hopefully, you’ll never need it, but better safe than sorry.