Many have been waiting for these updates: editing comments; sorting requests in the register according to sum or deadline; and improved representation of form request groups in the Inbox.
October updates: you can now sign with your finger right on your phone or tablet, search by catalog item, and monitor requests using a form in the calendar.
This Fall, we have released some important updates to improve the way you work with your colleagues, clients, and partners in Pyrus.
Pyrus users have received a rich harvest in this of Autumn, as we unveil a whopping seven serious updates.
Pyrus is an efficient tool for task management and structured team communication. People create tasks, set deadlines, upload files, assign people to projects, and make decisions daily in Pyrus. They ask questions, clarify details, discuss, comment, and substantiate their opinions in a single interface without switching between apps and tabs.
If you install updates regularly, you probably already saw a yellow pear on your phone and computer screens. This is our new Pyrus icon.
Now Get Things Done on the Go
Pyrus is now the first productivity platform to integrate with Android Wear. That means you can Get Things Done (#GTD) anywhere and everywhere from your new smartwatch.
You can respond to, approve, reject, or complete a pending task right from your wrist. New tasks that arrive to your Pyrus inbox show up instantly on your LG G Watch or Samsung Gear Live as notifications. You can view the full content of a task on your watch and take action immediately. If the task needs a response or approval, you can do so right on the watch interface. Or if you prefer to deal with the task later, just swipe it away.
Back in March Apple released a new update to its iOS 7.1. Among the accompanying one-page release notes it published on the occasion was the following line:
This line is remarkable for what it implies about email usage: that there are enough people out there who have 10,000 unread emails. Enough of those users noticed the bug and brought it to Apple’s attention. Presumably, Apple fixes thousands of minor bugs in between releases, yet this one made it to the main release summary, prominently featured as a major fix.