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- How many people are signing up for our free tier?
- How many people are upgrading to a pay plan.
- Open up the ThetaBoard you want to export.
- Select "Export" from the "Settings" menu.
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ThetaBoard is designed to be simple enough that you can use it to manage any kind of project. That being said, most of our users are in the IT industry and use ThetaBoard to manage software development projects. One of the most requested features has been the ability to track time at the Card level. To make sure ThetaBoard doesn't get too bloated, we wanted to make sure that if we did add it, that it would not get in the way.
Harvest is an excellent time tracking service that we use at ThetaBoard. It's simple to use and very powerful and offer a great tool--the Harvest Platform--that allowed us to add time tracking to ThetaBoard in a very unobtrusive way.
Many of you have requested the ability to connect your files and documents stored in the cloud to your ThetaBoard Cards. We're glad to announce that we've added the ability to link to files stored in two of the most popular products: Dropbox and Google Drive.
Want to try out ThetaBoard but have all your data tied up in a different project management system? This post outlines the process of importing your Trello data to ThetaBoard!
Step 1: Export Your Trello Board
To export your Trello data, browse to the Board in Trello and append ".json" to the URL. This will begin the download of json-formatted data in your browser. Alternatively, you can:
We spend most of our time at ThetaBoard trying to build the most simple and fun-to-use project management app we can. When we aren't writing code, we focus on getting people to try out and (hopefully) upgrade to one of our more powerful plans. We always have three figures in our mind:
Show and Tell
In June of this year, I joined the nReduce incubator to accelerate the development of ThetaBoard and help reach more potential users. The last three months saw ThetaBoard transition from an early prototype to a fully functional tool used by thousands. Though nReduce, I have been introduced to a number of interesting startups doing exciting things.
One such startup participating in nReduce is our first integration partner—edocr.com. In their own words:
"edocr.com helps organisations of all sizes extend their brands online through documents, generating high level of demand for products and services [....] edocr makes it easy to share documents across the internet [...] captures the incoming traffic, and [...] allow its customers to export leads in real-time to CRM and email marketing for lead nurturing..."
We're proud to annouce the newest ThetaBoard feature—file uploads. This feature allows you to attach files to your ThetaBoard Cards and access them at one click. This feature—like all ThetaBoard features—can be toggled on or off on a Board by Board basis. ThetaBoard will be offering several different different file upload options allowing you to control how and where your files are stored.
ThetaBoard users with the Freelancer package and greater will be able to store files in the cloud directly with ThetaBoard. If your organization needs more storage—there is a plan to meet your needs.
You will be promted to save a ".json" file which contains you Board's data.
For more about ".json" files, check out http://www.json.org.
One of ThetaBoard's most frequestly requested feature is the ability to link from a Card to a separate Board. We are really excited about Linked Boards--we think it's going to really help you manage your organization.
Introducing Linked Boards
At ThetaBoard, I have a Master Board which I have split into different columns--one for each area of the company I want to improve. Under each of these categories, I have identified a number of different performance indicators (KPIs) and identified several large projects that I think will help me reach my goals. Each of these projects goes on my Master Board as a Card.
We're rolling out several new features this week. First up...
Checklists are todo lists embedded in ThetaBoard Cards. You can create multiple Checklists for on each card and sort them in order of importance. Make sure you visit your "Account Preferences" page to enable this feature! Or you can enable them on a Board-by-Board basis.
You asked for it—you've got it! We've been hard at work this week adding new features to your ThetaBoard account. This week we have two exciting new features to show you...
Add Comments to Your ThetaBoard Cards
Keep the conversation in one place by adding comments to your ThetaBoard cards. Login to your account to check them out!
As with all new ThetaBoard features, you can choose whether or not you need these new features. When you next login you'll be asked to set your preferences. If you don't need a feature, we'll keep it out of the way to keep your ThetaBoards as simple as possible.
Jul. 31st, 2012 / Product Update
It's been a busy few months at ThetaBoard. We're making improvements and releasing new features every week. People are already showing how powerful ThetaBoard can be for managing agile, scrum, and kanban projects and coming up with hundreds of new uses. ThetaBoard is still a young product but everyone's feedback has been fantastic and we're growing up fast!
We've just relaunched www.thetaboard.com with a brand new look.
Like many of you, I aspire to create a business. I want to build an idea into a real company with real profits that pays the bills and provides me with a certain amount of financial freedom. However, I'm not rich and I have no desire to pitch an potential idea to angels. That leaves me in a very common position--working a day job and trying to start a business in my nights and weekends.
I've been in this position for the last 10 years or so. I've tried to start cool projects (an online jukebox), social projects (a Top 5/list sharing app), useful projects (bug trackers), and have come up with countless ideas that never made it out of the idea stage. My current project ThetaBoard is still in alpha/demo mode but it's getting used, generating interest and I'm certain it will be a success.
I always find these posts on Hacker News interesting so here's a post-mortem of the traffic generated by a post that spent a day on the frontpage of Hacker News.
Last Thursday I made a post on Hacker News titled "Client-Side Error Logging With Google Analytics" and submitted it on Hacker News. The post was inspired by an idea in a discussion about the importance of logging client-side errors. The post got to #1 or #2 on the front page and stayed on the front page for nearly a day.
I was definitely surprised by the traffic that the post generated. Thursday and Friday, the post got a total of 12,295 visits and 14,403 pageviews. Nearly 7K of the visitors were direct referrals from HN.
Nobody really likes to be criticized or have their startup ideas questioned. Over the course of the day yesterday I got some feedback about my current project and it's prospects for success: