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UpStream 1.26 Has Big Gantt Chart Improvements

UpStream 1.26 Has Big Gantt Chart Improvements

UpStream 1.25 was released last week, but we’re already moving forward again.

UpStream 1.26 is here and it brings big improvements to the Project Timeline / Gantt Chart feature in UpStream.


New Project Timeline page

When you update, there will be a new “Timeline” link on the frontend of your projects:

This “Timeline” link leads to a big new version of the Project Timeline extension. This is the Gantt Chart for UpStream. This chart gives you an overview of all the Milestones across all your projects.


Milestone Categories

For large sites, there’s now the option to categorize your Milestones.

Beyond the ability to organize and filter your Milestones, the main benefit is the color on the frontend. If you choose a color for Milestone Category, it will cascade down to all the Milestones in that category. This will work unless you’ve also picked a color for a single Milestone.

You can disable this feature by going to UpStream > Settings > Disable Milestone Categories:


See all your projects on the frontend

We added an option to show all your projects in the left sidebar on the frontend:

You can enable or disable this feature by going to UpStream > Settings > Show all projects in the frontend sidebar


More notifications

We are working on improved notifications for UpStream. In the short term, there is a change to notifications: new comments/discussions will send an email to everyone in a project.


Other updates

To make these changes possible, there were releases for three UpStream extensions:

The full changelog for version 1.26 is on WordPress.org.

This Post Has 7 Comments
  1. Looks like an exciting update and you have your discount. I would 100% buy this if it worked independent of the theme that is required and also had some nice woocommerce integration. Crying out for it guys πŸ™‚

      1. I totally understand just a little too eager here to be honest. Only one way to do things and that is the right way πŸ™‚

  2. Long descriptions seem to overlap the parameters of the chart on the front editor. It looks really bad and obviously it’s not legible.
    Also, members of my team have a hard time uploading and downloading files and photos.

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