Beta Testers Wanted for OnePager 6.1!

Each year, around now, we start to get excited about what’s coming in the new release, and this time around we are VERY EXCITED.

This means we’re also in need of existing users who are willing to help beta test the new release. Click here or send an email to [email protected] to sign up!

To participate you must have your Maintenance & Support up to date, which you can check using this link.

While we’re not yet ready to start sharing the nitty-gritty details of 6.1, we can share that there are two very big features coming:

1 – Time Axis Upgrades

“Upgrades” are an understatement here…

A few of the highlights are:

a. Non-linear Time Axis – Ever wish you could shrink down or stretch a certain period of time? Now you can!

b. Hide Days/Weekends – With 6.1 you will now be able to tell OnePager which days you want displayed, or apply curtains to specific days of the week.

c. Enhanced Manual Editing – In 6.1 you will have the ability to edit formatting of individual cells, or groups of cells, in the time axis.

d. Floating Time Axis – The time axis can now be placed anywhere in your chart as a row, in OnePager 6.1. You can even put milestone shapes on top of the time axis rows!

2 – Automated and Enhanced Links

In 6.1 you will be able to use your dependency relationships in Project or Excel to automatically populate links in OnePager!

On top of that, you’ll have new and improved control of:

a. Link line formatting
b. Arrowhead formatting
c. Link attachment location

There are many more changes than what is outlined here, so please stay tuned. We’ll start sending out the details, including official beta and GA dates,¬†as the 6.1 release draws¬†closer in the next few months.

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About Jay

Jay carries with him fourteen years of project management experience within the cable, telecom, construction, software development, and energy industries. The spectrum of projects and programs that Jay has managed throughout his career is broad and deep, enabling him to help clients implement OnePager software in a multitude of applications.

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