The TeamPulse team is kicking the year off with the availability of the newest service pack for TeamPulse 2010 Q3. Our main goal for this release was to significantly improve memory consumption and data load performance and we have succeeded. We also managed to add some great new features and enhance the existing ones.
We are sure you will notice the difference as soon as you try the new version but here is a quick preview of the new things.
Starting from the performance improvements, now over a 1.5kbs connection, you can make
Along with making things snappier we succeeded in adding more new features and improvements.
The TeamPulse story cards now introduce a new clearer and more intuitive look so you can more easily manage the captured information.
TeamPulse now remembers the collapsed/expanded states of nodes in the various hierarchical views found throughout the application. So, no need of additional selections and expansion, you will be automatically brought back to the view and selection you last used. By having this it will be much easier to navigate and get to the item you are looking for, especially as your project grows in duration and complexity.
Users now have the ability to choose which iteration to be visualized in the dashboard report right from the Dashboard page.
We are happy and believe you will also be happy to hear that we are introducing spell checking in all rich text fields. Spelling mistakes will now be a thing of the past!
With Q3 2010 SP2 we also bring a number of new features for those of you who are synchronizing their TeamPulse projects with TFS (Team Foundation Server).
We hope you like the work we’ve done to make your experience with TeamPulse the best ever! As always feel free to share your feedback and comments below or in our forums.
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