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.
UpStream 1.25 is now available with several new features and lots of small bug-fixes.
These features are all driven by your feedback. We really appreciate all of you who use UpStream and take the time to send in useful suggestions.
UpStream 1.24.4 is out now and it incorporates dozens of small improvements and bug-fixes that were suggested by UpStream users.
There are also several releases for UpStream extensions.
Here’s an overview of some changes you’ll see in UpStream 1.24.4.
At the end of April, we released a major update to UpStream. Version 1.24 introduced flexible Milestones and user roles.
1.24 was a big change and since then, we’ve released several smaller UpStream updates as a result of your feedback.
I’m glad to say that we’re now moving forward again and working on the next stage of UpStream.
UpStream 1.24 is now available and it has several features to add flexibility to your projects.
One key new feature is that you can create unique Milestones for each project. In previous versions of UpStream, there was a general set of Milestones that were shared across projects.
In this UpStream release, you are also free to add any users to your projects. Your users no longer have to be in a specific role.
UpStream 1.23.2 is out, together with updates for many UpStream extensions.
These updates make UpStream much easier to use.
Both the Calendar View and Project Timeline extensions now allow you to update project items using drag-and-drop. They also both support quick-editing of your project items.
Many thanks to all of you who use UpStream. In 2019, our aim is to help you manage projects much more quickly and effectively.
A new version of UpStream is available today. UpStream 1.23.1 has several small improvements and bug-fixes.
We resolved a lot of small bugs and issues that had accumulated over the December holidays.
One UpStream user asked us if it was possible to customize the login experience on his WordPress site. He wanted people to feel like they were visiting his site, rather than just another, generic WordPress site.
Yes, that’s definitely possible. In this guide, I’ll show you several ways you can customize the experience that users get when they log in to your site.
A new version of UpStream is available today. UpStream 1.22.1 has several small improvements and bug-fixes.
Perhaps the most useful new feature in 1.22.1 is the ability to hide or redesign UpStream items on the front of your site. We have added CSS classes to almost every part of the UpStream frontend. You can click here to see a list of the classes, but I’ll also walk you through some examples.