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February 26, 2019 Release
February 26, 2019 Release

Quick Filters on Search Bar, Timeline Dependencies and Intercom integration.

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Written by Jessica Korobko
Updated over a week ago

With each Hygger update, we’re taking a step forward towards its ease of use, time saving and transparency. Let’s take a closer look at what has new Hygger update brought to the world.

Quick Filters on Search Bar

Now you can use three additional filters on Search Bar: To Do, In Progress, Due Dates and Completed. It is another way to speed up the process of tasks searching. By using these filters you can determine which of your tasks on which boards should be done and which of it are In Progress and how long. No more missed due dates. 

Timeline dependencies

Timeline represents a Gantt Chart in Hygger. This board is a visual schedule that allows you to create the project plan and to meet its deadlines. To visually separate tasks from each other, you can use different options from Groups to Colors of the horizontal task bar. 

- Sounds great! We have already used it. We are interested in what we should do if the tasks are connected with each other? How to visualize the tasks link on the board? - you may ask. 

The answer is by Dependencies.
Now to visually show the link between tasks you can use dependencies on Timeline. Open the task pop up and click Add=>Dependencies=> Followed by/Preceded by and choose the task name.

On Timeline the dependencies are as follows:

Intercom integration

Intercom allows you to create a connection with your customers and communicate with them. Probably, you, as Hygger team, are using Intercom to collect all customers’ feedbacks and feature requests. Even if there is no so many of it, you waste your time transferring all customer’s data and their request to Hygger board. 

We simplified the process. To integrate Hygger and Intercom open the Company Settings and open Integrations. Intercom will be on the top of the list. 

You specify a board and a column to which your conversation will be transferred. The first message will be imported as a new task, while further replies will be imported as task comments. 

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