In 2020, Taskheat was launched for iOS and macOS. It is a powerful task manager. Since it enables users to create advanced to-do lists based on flowcharts. Recently, the app was upgraded to version 1.8. The latest version brings support for Focus Filters as well as multiple selections.
The developer mentioned in the release notes that the recent update is equipped with a long-anticipated feature. It has the capability to select and manipulate multiple tasks at once. Furthermore, users can now either edit, select, and delete multiple tasks at the same time. This feature is specifically beneficial for users who are working on big projects.
Given the update, the Taskheat is quite fitting with the Focus Filters API. Furthermore, when a specific Focus Mode is enabled the app can display particular projects. In addition to this, the recent update also fixes bugs. Thus, making the user’s experience more reliable.
Taskheat has received multiple updates including new features as well as other improvements since its launch in 2020. Some of the notable additions are as follows:
- better performance when importing CSV files
- Siri Shortcuts support
- undo and redo buttons
- the option to import Reminders and turn them into flowcharts
One of the interesting features of Taskheat is that it is a universal app. Thus, indicating that the single version works with iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Where users can enjoy the free version for up to two weeks followed by buying the full version for $9.99 as a lifetime in-app purchase.
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