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· Jan 17, 2020
Quire Sublist: Bridge the Gap with Team To Do Lists and Personal Productivity
At Quire, we never let the stress win and make you feel less of yourself. It's not you, it’s the way your team works with the to do list. Today, in order to solve the frustration and distraction problems once and for all, we introduce you with the ultimate Quire Sublist - the feature that will change the way you deal with your task list forever.
· Nov 27, 2019
A Closer Look at Quire Redesigned My Tasks II
Last week, after a long and meticulous journey, we introduced the brand-new redesigned My Tasks II. The new My Tasks is a default list in Quire that allows you to focus on the right thing in the moment, organize your ongoing projects and get things done in a less stressful way.
· Oct 1, 2019
Be a Hero: Create Your Own App with Quire API
We are happy to announce the release of version 1.0.0 of our OpenAPI, Quire uses OAuth 2.0 to authenticate requests between your app and your users. With OAuth, users can give you access to their Quire content without giving up their passwords.
· Jun 25, 2019
Quire Peekaboo and GTD Methodology: A Miracle for Your Productivity Hack
Researchers have pointed out that incomplete tasks can trigger stress - especially at workplace. Trying to combat with an overwhelming list with thousands of unfinished to-dos can drain energy, make you lose motivation and get tired easily. Sometimes, listing out everything you need to do does more harm than good. Rather than trying to be an overachieving superhero, how about just be an ordinary person with an effective working method?
· May 7, 2019
Never leave your keyboard - Shortcuts that actually make your life easier
You’re always busy with your work, we know that. You don't like to go back and forth between keyboard and mouse since it's just a waste of time? No worries, we've got you covered. Now with our full set of shortcut keys, you can do most of the actions with your keyboard, don’t have to reach to your mouse to edit Quire workspace anymore.
· Feb 19, 2019
Import Your Data From Other Project Management Software
Finally, the one feature that everyone is waiting for has become available in Quire. We’re introducing our new import feature in order for all of our users to restore their local backup data or migrate from other project management softwares, including Asana, Trello or Wunderlist.
· Apr 16, 2018
Introducing: New Navigation Bar and Filter
Today, we are introducing an upgraded Quire 2.0 to better your navigation, and experience of Quire — we just cannot resist the temptation to perfect our UI/UX! In this upgrade, you will enjoy a new UI for easier, faster navigation between your project’s different views, and a whole new level filtering experience to help you focus on certain tasks...
· Dec 14, 2017
Highlight Your Tasks with Color and Styles
We see it as our mission to keep a simple, clean interface, including a neat task list. However, for those of you who want to easily identify your tasks and projects in a long list, you can use Markdown, and CSS styles to make them stand out...
· Nov 23, 2017
Share a project with your clients, without them sign up!
Quire’s “Shared Links” feature makes it super easy for you to collaborate with your clients. We all know that sometimes, clients have their own habits and it is hard to ask them to change. Now, in addition to asking them to sign up Quire, you can get them to view your Quire project with one single invitation link, and zero effort on their part...
· Sep 11, 2017
A few things about tasks, projects, organizations and smart folders you should know.
Tasks, projects, organizations and smart folders make up the hierarchical structure of Quire. In this blog post, we will clarify what each of them is, and illustrate a few examples on how you can use them at will. A task is an actionable item to be done. It can be broken down into subtasks, sub-subtasks, and so on. But it can also be ideas, notes or sections that you want to jot down first and divide into smaller items later. Getting Started with Quire is one example of documentation...
· Jul 26, 2017
We have a new member role in organizations.
We made a few enhancements in our organization member roles. Both Normal+ and Normal members can add projects in an organization, and when they do, they become Admins of the projects. The only difference is that Normal members cannot access other projects that they are not members of. In summary, Admin, Normal+ and Limited+ members...
· Nov 22, 2016
It is all about time in task management.
Time is a tricky thing. We all want to get the most out of it by making the right kind of plan, and doing the right kind of tasks in the right amount of time. But, we often fail. To solve this problem, Quire has got a series of features including start date and time, due date and time, reminders, status, etc. to help you and your team...
· Oct 27, 2016
How to migrate to Quire? Copy and paste.
Many of you have asked about a way to import your work from a different app into Quire, without going through the trouble of entering them one by one. Now, we have the answer: Copy and paste. Be it an Excel sheet with data, a Word document of bullet list, or an email from your coworker, you can easily move them to Quire and continue where you left off...
· Jul 13, 2016
We’re not Facebook. So why Like?
What does Quire and Facebook have in common? Likes. In Quire, we call them favorites. Of course you can ♥ a task and feel proud of the 23 number of ♥ you get, but more importantly, it’s a way to easily see the tasks that matter to you. Personally...
· Apr 26, 2016
Type it while you think it, with @, #, <> and more.
Today, you’re bound to have a Q-shaped smile on your face, because we’ve got special productivity-boosting tips for everyone, especially those who’re addicted to keeping your hands on the keyboard! Now, you no longer need to switch between keyboard and mouse while adding and prepping your task.
· Mar 15, 2016
A plan well-laid, a party well-played
“Prost!” cheered the Taiwanese girl Laura, the German guy Richard, and a few dozens people as they banged their glasses of beer together while biting down chicken legs, sausages and pig’s trotters in a German after-wedding party in a German restaurant...
· Feb 4, 2016
Time to Break the Myth of “Multiple Assignees” in Task Management
We often get asked, “Can I assign a task to more than one person?” Maybe you have this question too. Now the answer is, “Yes, you can!”. While other task management tools or to-do apps out there say you may be confused as to who’s responsible for what or tasks may be overlooked with multiple assignees, we say otherwise: there are times that you don’t want to bother...
· Oct 5, 2015
Even though we’re already simple enough and you’re surely smart enough, here’s a real basic guide of Quire. Task: A task is the basic unit of action in Quire.
· Aug 27, 2015
Roles & Permissions in Quire
We believe full-trust collaboration is the most productive. However, for a fine grained control of permissions in your team, you can choose different roles for your members. The four roles are Admin, Normal, Limited, and Guest, each with their own level of permissions.
· Aug 5, 2015
See What Matters to You with Filter
Sometimes, when you are working on a project, you only want to focus on tasks that are of the uttermost importance to you at the moment, like see the ones you are responsible for, or the ones that are marked urgent.
· Jul 15, 2015
5 Easy Steps to Quire’s External Team
Here is something useful for those of you who need outside help, like freelancers, to help you complete a task in your project: You can now easily (and safely) outsource the task with Quire’s new feature “external team.”
· Jun 16, 2015
Template for Your Projects and Tasks
It is common for people to create a template of an email message they will often use, so they will not need to write up everything again the next time, or the next. On Quire, we let you do the same with projects and tasks.
· Jun 9, 2015
Sometimes, users would like to focus on only one task and its subtasks on Quire, especially when they have a long task list and want to hide all the other tasks from the screen. This is when the “drill down” feature comes in handy.
· Jun 3, 2015
Our Very Own Markdown
You may have heard of Markdown. If you have, it is a good thing. It can create rich texts, like in Microsoft Word, easily and quickly.
· Apr 10, 2015
Sync your Tasks with Google Calendar
Humans are predominantly visual animals. We process visual information much better than we do non-visual ones. A lot of people manually add their tasks onto their Calendar once they are aware of the due dates so as to get a more visualized schedule.
· Mar 19, 2015
Recurring tasks can be very useful for tasks that happens repeatedly in a regular pattern. A newsletter that must be sent to customers every month, statistics that needs to be updated every second day, or a meeting one must attend fortnightly.
· Sep 3, 2014
Quire: Building a Large Application with Dart
Quire is not the first web application written in Dart and won’t be the last one, but it could be the first app that relies on Dart so heavily, on both client and server sides. It’s a fun task manager with tree structure to the core. The project itself has 53992 lines, 1620KB of Dart code, built with a few open source libraries from the community...