AcceleReader for Pocket – Google Analytics removed

ver. 2018.0531.5.9

Google Analytics completely removed

AcceleReader used Google Analytics to track which settings and functions were being used – to help focus developer attention on what was being used.

I have now completely removed all analytics tracking from the extension. The only network requests the extension now makes are to the Pocket servers. Other than that, the extension does not use any network requests, ensuring any user data stays on the computer.

This also means that I shall have no insight into features that are popular, or broken. So, please share your views using the feedback link in the extension (or by going here).
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Clutter Free – Google Analytics removed

ver. 2018.0531.5.9

Google Analytics completely removed

Clutter Free used Google Analytics to track which settings and functions were being used – to help focus developer attention on what was being used.

I have now completely removed all analytics tracking from the extension. The extension now does not use any network requests, ensuring any user data stays on the computer.

This also means that I shall have no insight into features that are popular, or broken. So, please share your views using the feedback link in the extension (or by going here).
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Todo.txt for Chrome – Google analytics removed

ver. 2018.530.6.2

Google Analytics completely removed

The extension used Google Analytics to track which settings and functionality was being used – to help focus developer attention on what was being used.

I have now completely removed all analytics tracking from the extension. The extension now only communicates with Dropbox for syncing the task and archive files. Other than that there are no network requests from the extension.

This also means that I shall have no insight into features that are popular, or broken. So, please submit your feedback using the button in the extension.

Minor updates & bug fixes

Made a few minor changes and fixed a few bugs. The two visible changes are:

Sorting tasks by due date or priority

When sorting tasks by due date in ascending order, tasks with no due dates used to list above tasks with no due dates. This is now fixed – in both ascending and descending sort orders, tasks with no due date will appear below tasks with any assigned due date.

When sorting by priority, ascending and descending conform to the importance of the character. E.g, when ordered in descending priorities, tasks with priority A will come before B, and before tasks with no priority.

Task count in status bar

When task list is filtered, the count of visible and total tasks will always be visible in the status bar. E.g.: “Showing 5 of 69 tasks

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Introducing: Quick tab search from address bar

Clutter Free - Quick tab search from address bar / omnibox

Clutter Free - Quick tab search from address bar / omnibox

Tab search from the address bar

Just type ‘cf‘ followed by space (or tab), and type in your search term.

The search results are updated as you type. Selecting a suggestion in the list switches to that tab.

Details

  1. Quick tab search looks for keywords in open URLs, and website titles, across all open windows
  2. Search results list pinned tabs at the top, and newer tabs before older tabs
  3. Clutter Free can start a Google search for the search keywords, if no matching open tabs are found

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Clutter Free – v. 2018.102.5.0

Minor updates

  1. The weekly stats notification now automatically disappears after a short delay. Don’t need to explicitly dismiss it.
  2. In quick switch popup, if only one tab is visible in filtered list, pressing ‘enter‘ switches to the tab. Don’t need to select the tab in the list before switching.
  3. In quick switch popup, internal chrome and extension tabs are shown as ‘chrome://abc‘ instead of just ‘abc‘.

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Todo.txt for Chrome – Support for threshold dates

ver. 2017.1025.5.4

Threshold dates

Todo.txt for Chrome now automatically parses the threshold dates, and hides task with dates in the future.

Threshold dates are read in the ‘t:yyyy-mm-dd‘ format. ‘today‘, ‘tomorrow‘ and ‘yesterday‘ may also be used in place of date string.

To see all tasks, including those in the future, add ‘t:all‘ to the filter field.

Filter overdue tasks

Use ‘due:overdue‘ to see all tasks that are past their due date.

This also works in combination with other operators. E.g ‘-due:overdue‘ shows tasks that are not over due, and ‘(A) due:overdue‘ only shows high priority tasks that are overdue.

The full list of filter operators is available here.

Minor updates & bug fixes

  1. Update: Saving a filter with the same name as an existing filter, replaces the existing filter. The app asks for confirmation before replacing.
  2. Bug fix: +Projects (sometimes @contexts or #tags) were getting appended to some tasks as ‘due:+project‘. Fixed.
  3. Bug fix: Input in filter field was delayed by a key until enter or escape were pressed. Fixed.

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