Release Notes

Learn about the latest improvements to Clarity
December 3, 2022

Layout Improvements & Visual Touch-ups

Fixes & Improvements

  • Added scrollbar indicators to all docs, tasks, and projects
  • Improved the layout of the Sprints screen to be more consistent with the rest of the app
  • Improved the layout of the Templates screen to be more consistent with the rest of the app
  • Improved the layout of the Docs screen to be more consistent with the rest of the app
  • Updated the color of the loading animation in dark mode
  • In dark mode, we now use a more readable syntax highlighting color scheme for code blocks
  • Made visual touch-ups to the Roadmap screen
  • Made visual touch-ups to the Group Overview screen
  • Made visual touch-ups to the Properties panel in Projects & Goals
  • Updated all user avatars in the app to be circular
  • Updated the appearance of the tab bar inside a task/project to be more consistent with the rest of the app
  • Updated the appearance of the "Unlink Discord" link in a task
  • Fixed a bug that caused the Weekly to not have an icon when pinned to a Collection
  • Fixed a bug that caused the items in the switch base menu to have a border
  • Fixed a bug that caused the checkbox on multi-line checkbox items to be misaligned

November 12, 2022

Payouts Dashboard

In this update we continue to simplify the app by consolidating all Payouts into a single screen. Instead of switching between groups, you can now pay out all groups from a single screen.

You can also export payouts across all groups in a single action This makes it easier for a single person to manage payouts across multiple groups.

By nestling the Payouts screen in the left sidebar under “More” we keep it out of sight for the majority of community members for whom it is not as relevant.

November 12, 2022

Refreshed Group Overview & Simplified Projects Screen

Refreshed Group Overview Screen

We updated the appearance of the Group Overview screen to show what is most relevant to your group members.

The new layout puts Group information right at the top. Current Goals and Active Projects are only displayed when there is at least one item in each section.

There is now more room for Links and Files in the right column, while keeping the flexibility of custom Collections.

The Group Overview now surfaces recently updated docs so that members can see which docs are in use, and get to them quickly and easily with fewer switches to the Docs tab.

A Cleaner View of your Projects & Goals

We’ve updated the design of the Roadmap screen and Projects screen to be simpler and less cluttered.

November 12, 2022

Create reusable snippets

Create pre-written snippets to easily reuse text, lists, and outlines across documents. Use snippets to easily insert templated text into playbooks, meeting notes, bug reports, and other repeatable documents.

How it works

  • Go to the Templates screen to create a new snippet from scratch.
  • Create a snippet from existing blocks:
  • Select blocks in any document
  • Press Cmd+K
  • Select “Create snippet from blocks…”
  • Rename & save snippet
  • Insert a snippet into a document
  • Type “;” at the start of any line to bring up a list of all your snippets.
  • Select one to insert the pre-defined text into your document.

November 12, 2022

Use templates to create new tasks

You can now create a task template and reuse it to create many similar tasks. Task templates can contain a description and preset properties.

You can create templates from scratch, or use an existing task or project as the starting point for a new template.

This release also adds the ability create a new task or project by making a copy of an existing one.

November 12, 2022

Create closed groups that require specific roles

Sometimes you don’t want everyone in your base to have equal access to every group. Now you can create a “Closed Group” which requires a member have specific roles in order to join. You must be a member in order to edit the contents of a group. That means that setting a group to closed enables you to control who can edit the documents and tasks within them.

November 12, 2022

Simplified Home Screen & Sidebar Updates

We redesigned the home screen to make it easier to distinguish from the Group Overview screen. The Home Screen is now a simple screen where you can post important links & files that are relevant to everyone in the workspace. We also moved key screens like the Roadmap to the left sidebar where they are easier to access.


  • You can now view the members of a base or group by clicking the members count in the Home Screen or Group Overview
  • You can now view the contents of an archived group without first unarchiving it.
  • Moved Groups, Roadmap, Wiki, and Settings to the left sidebar and removed the tab bar from the Home Screen
  • Combined Groups and Roles into a single screen called “Groups & Roles”
  • Renamed “Wiki” to “Tags” to make their role in the workspace more clear
  • Renamed “Wiki Topic” to “Tag”
  • Renamed “Notes” to “Docs” to make it more clear how they should be used in relationship with projects and tasks
  • Renamed "Cycles" to "Sprints" to make it more clear how they should be used. Sprints are a more understood term than Cycles.
  • Updated the order of items in the left sidebar
  • When viewing a task in peek view, we updated the color of the transparent scrim behind the task in order to more clearly separate it from the background.
  • When the length of a task or project property exceeds one line, the value is truncated instead of extending to two lines
  • When creating a new task in the Tasks screen of a group, that group is selected by default
  • You can now add a task directly to a cycle when creating it in the New Task modal
  • Updated the header bar when viewing a task in the peek view
  • The Weekly no longer contains a heading block at the top with the name of the week


  • In dark mode, we brightened the color of inline tags
  • In dark mode, we brightened the color of inline code style
  • In dark mode, we updated the appearance of the horizontal scrollbar in the kanban board
  • In dark mode, we fixed the appearance of the hyperlink preview card
  • In dark mode, we updated the appearance of the vertical scrollbar in the Home Screen
  • Fixed a bug that caused alignment issues when the New Task modal needed to scroll
  • Fixed a bug when creating a new task with a figma embed
  • Fixed a bug when creating a new task with checkboxes
  • Fixed small alignment issues in the appearance of task blocks and project blocks
  • In dark mode, updated the color of selected blocks
  • In dark mode, fixed the color of the dropdown menu in the Select Group workflow
  • In dark mode, brightened the color of text in the menus
  • Fixed the alignment of the property fields in the mobile view of a task or project
  • The horizontal scrollbar no longer shows in the New Task modal
  • The horizontal scrollbar no longer shows in the Group Overview
  • Fixed the appearance of the tag autocomplete menu and @-mention menu to make it consistent with other menus in the app
  • Fixed the alignment of text elements in the New Task modal
  • Fixed a bug that allowed a deleted note to show in the recently viewed docs
  • Fixed a bug that caused the app to crash when a note was deleted in certain circumstances
  • Fixed a bug that caused only some notes within a group to show in the Notes tab for that group
  • Updated the appearance of the scrollbars in the New Task modal
  • Refined the color of kanban lists when dragging cards across the board
  • Removed unnecessary divider lines from the document dropdown menu
  • Refined the appearance of the breadcrumb menu in the top bar
  • Fixed a bug that showed the incorrect breadcrumb menu when switching from a group to the roadmap.

October 2, 2022

Accept requests to contribute to tasks and projects

Contributors can now submit request to claim tasks and contribute to projects

Members of your community can now request to contribute to a project directly in Clarity. When there is an unassigned task to be claimed, contributors can submit a request to claim the task. When their request is approved, they become the assignee responsible for completing the work. They can also request to become a contributor to a project. Core members can easily see all the requests in one place. Convenient notifications keep everyone in the loop and the workflow moving.

Request to Claim is useful when you want community members to express interest in contributing to tasks and projects, but you don't want to give them permission to re-assign work on their own. This is very convenient if you have a public base because new contributors can enter your base, and request to claim a task or join an existing project without leaving Clarity.

This feature is available for every task and project in your base.

Request to contribute to projects and goals

  • On every project or goal, contributors can use the "Request to contribute" button to express interest in helping with the project.
  • This sends a notification to the community members who are involved in the project.
  • The project lead or pod lead can then approve the contributor's request. The contributor is then added as a contributor to the project.
  • The activity feed captures & displays the entire sequence of events.

Request to claim tasks

  • On unassigned task, contributors can use the "Request claim" button to express interest in a task.
  • This sends a notification to the community members who are involved in the task.
  • The project lead or pod lead can then approve a contributor's request. This makes the requesting contributor the assignee of the task.
  • The activity feed captures & displays the entire sequence of events.

Fixes & Improvements

  • Improved the appearance of the Discord controls inside tasks and projects
  • Canceled tasks no longer show up in the Payouts screen
  • Canceled tasks no longer show up in the Payouts exports
October 2, 2022

Introducing Dark Mode

You can now decide how Clarity looks to you with a choice of two themes: light & dark

Our long-awaited dark theme is now available. You can now choose between light mode and dark mode in My Settings. Enjoy a Clarity experience that is not only beautiful, but reduces eye strain—especially for those of us who work late into the night.

October 2, 2022

New Review Workflow

Request reviews on your work and see everything that needs your review

When working with a team, it is common to need your teammates' eyes on your work in order to move forward. Now you can request a review directly on a task and the Reviewer will be notified. Reviewers can see all the work that they need to review in one place—the My Work screen has a new "Reviewing" tab that collects all the tasks and projects where you are the reviewer. If someone is taking too long to complete their review, you can politely remind them with the "Nudge" button.

See all work you're reviewing in one place

  • We've added a tab to the My Work screen that collects all the tasks and projects where you are the Reviewer. This makes it easy to keep tabs on everything that needs your attention.
  • You can easily see when a task has a pending review without opening the task. This way you can see which tasks need your attention.

How to get started

Request a review on your work

  • When you're the assignee on a task, you'll see a Request Review button at the bottom of the activity feed (if the button is not showing or is disabled, it may be because there is not a Reviewer set on the task).
  • Click the Request Review button. This will notify the Reviewer that you're ready for a review.
  • The Reviewer can leave comments on the task, update properties, and click the "Mark Reviewed" button when they're done.
  • The Reviewer will then be prompted to mark the task done if there's nothing left to do.
  • If there are further adjustments to make, the assignee can submit another Review Request.

View all work where you are the reviewer

  • Navigate to the My Work screen using the button in the top bar
  • View the "Reviewing" tab to see all the work on which you are set as the reviewer

See work that is awaiting your review

  • Navigate to the My Work screen using the button in the top bar
  • View the "Reviewing" tab to see all the work on which you are set as the reviewer
  • Each task or project that is awaiting your review will have a "Pending Review" indicator on it

August 23, 2022

New Navigation & Overview Screens

The Base Overview lists important links, current goals, and active groups to help new contributors find their groove in your community.

The Base Overview was already a great place to list important links and docs for your contributor community. Now it goes a step further by automatically listing your communities current goals, and active groups. This since screen can help new contributors understand what's currently in-focus for the community, find a sub-group to join, and access key resources. The best part is that it adapts automatically to what's happening in your base, no maintenance required.

Easily move around your Clarity base with the new breadcrumb menu at the top of your screen

The new breadcrumb menu is always visible at the top of your screen. This makes it easy to immediately know where you are when you drop into a Clarity base. You can quickly get back to the Base Home Screen with a click from any screen or document. We also simplified and decluttered the left sidebar.

Keep up with your group's current goals and active projects. Put important links where contributors can see them.

Whether you're a pod lead or a new contributor, it can be difficult to keep track of everything happening within a working group. The new Group Overview automatically summarizes current goals, active projects, and important links for each sub-group in your community. New contributors can easily see what's currently in-focus and gain context by reading supporting materials. Pod leads can keep tabs on the progress of all projects.

Fixes & Improvements

  • You can now filter tasks in a view based on their group
August 23, 2022

Discord Integration

Receive task & project updates in Discord

Discord is the communication hub for many contributor communities. However, it lacks the structure required to do serious coordination work without great headache. By contrast, Clarity has the necessary structure to manage everything from OKRs & roadmaps to bounties. Now, you can receive updates on all this work directly in Discord. Clarity keeps conversations in Discord organized by creating a new Discord thread for each contribution. Clarity tags all the relevant contributors, and keeps the thread updated with any changes to the project. When the work is complete, Clarity archives the Discord thread automatically.

August 9, 2022

Cleaner Roadmaps

Hide closed projects and auto-close milestones

For many communities, the Roadmap is the backbone of their Clarity base. This update declutters your roadmap by hiding closed projects & goals even if their milestone is still visible. The roadmap is now lower maintenance, since milestones will auto-close when all their projects are done. You can use the new settings to decide which milestones and projects you want to see in your personal view of the roadmap.

For full details on how to get the most out of the roadmap, see the Roadmap section in our How to use Clarity page.

Fixes & Improvements

  • You will now receive an invitation email for every document in which you are added as a guest.
August 2, 2022

Add tables to any document

Organize information into rows and columns

You can now create tables inside your Clarity documents. When lists and outlines just don't cut it, insert a lightweight table and organize information in rows and columns. Move between cells using keyboard shortcuts. Reorder rows and columns using drag-and-drop.

Type "/table" in any document to get started.

For full details on how to get the most out of tables, see the Tables section in our How to use Clarity page.

Watch this GIF demonstrating some of the features of the table block

Fixes & Improvements

  • When viewing a task, you can now easily share a link to the task by clicking "Copy Link" in the top right
  • You can now create both projects and tasks directly inside a Goal
  • When viewing your Weekly, the URL that shows up in your browser's address bar will always link to the latest Weekly. (
  • When creating a new task, you can now add a parent and a cycle before saving the task.
  • In the Base Settings, pending guest invitations now show up in the Guests section of the Members tab.
  • Fixed a bug that opened groups in a new window instead of the split when using shift+click.
  • Fixed a bug with sharing documents that copied the wrong link when sharing a document from the split view. It would copy the link for the document in the main pane instead.
  • When creating tasks from blocks inside a project with multiple groups, you can now pick a group without leaving the keyboard.
July 17, 2022

July 2022 Release Touch-ups


  • You can now set the parent of the task while you're creating it
  • We updated the animation when opening/closing the Share Settings
  • We touched up the appearance of Goals on the Roadmap to better adapt to long titles
  • We now display guest invites that are pending in the Guests list under Base Settings. Previously, they were found in the Members list.


  • Fixed a bug that caused multiple tokens to load briefly when a user attempted to edit token access in a document.
  • Fixed the padding of the create task modal.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented guests from opening a document that they are following
  • Fixed a bug that prevented a yourself from being listed first when changing the Assignee and Reviewer.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the user from removing a token gate from a document
  • Fixed a bug that caused certain command palette options for modifying tasks to not appear in the list
  • Fixed some visual bugs in the Invite Guests flow
July 8, 2022

Public Bases

For communities who build in public, allow anyone to view your workspace.

Building in the open maximizes serendipity and makes it easy for new contributors to see what's happening before officially joining your base. The best DAO contributors often follow along and help other contributors before proposing a contribution of their own. Previously contributors would need to join your base through an invite link or Join Page in order to see inside. This also required them to connect their wallet or create an account.

Now, you can make you Clarity base public. This means your roadmap, wiki, bounty boards, and notes are visible to anyone on the internet who visits your base. When sharing a document in a public base, you no longer need to turn on public access.

You can now choose between three options for your base privacy settings:

  • Public - The content of a public base is visible to anyone without joining.
  • Private - The content of the base is only visible to members. In order to join, you must be invited or meet specific token requirements. If you set token requirements, then anyone who has the right tokens can join via your base's profile.
  • Secret - The content of the base is only visible to members. The only way to join is by an explicit invite. If someone tries to visit the base's profile, it will say "Base Not Found".

These settings can be found in Base Settings > Details. They replace the Join Page plug-in.

Fixes & Improvements

  • You can now join a base directly from the Base Home Screen.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented you from setting a guest's access level before the guest accepted the invitation.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the same guest from being invited to multiple documents.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented new Wiki pages from appearing in the list immediately.
  • Fixed an issue that caused task activity to not display correctly.
July 8, 2022

Redesigned Share Settings

When sharing documents, the share settings are now much clearer.

The new Share Settings design makes it clear to whom you're granting access, so you can invite specific people, or grant access to token holders in just a few clicks. You can now set a public document to only have View access, without the ability to edit nor comment.

When working on any document, task, or project, click the black Share button in the top bar. Use the share settings to grant access to specific people who are not members of your base.

Grant access to view, comment, or edit to holders of a specific token, or combination of tokens. They'll just need to connect their wallet to collaborate.

You can also make any document public so anyone with the link can view, comment, or edit it.

Fixes & Improvements

  • When you add a new guest to a document, they're added in real time for everyone else viewing that document.
  • Public documents now support View Only mode, allowing you to easily publish read-only content to your community.
June 24, 2022

Clarity 2.0 Touch-ups


  • When adding a task to a project, the task's group will now be added to the project if it was not previously listed.


  • Fixed a bug that caused projects and goals to appear in a user's personal task list.
  • Fixed a bug that occasionally prevented note titles from appearing in the Recents list.
  • Fixed a bug that caused users to be navigated to the Base Home Screen when switching between bases, instead of their last opened document.
  • Fixed a bug that listed all Wiki articles in lowercase in Recents.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the note title block to disappear when a user's connection was interrupted.
  • Fixed a bug that caused incorrect UI components to appear in a task's Activity section.
  • Fixed a bug that did not maintain a user's collapsed sidebar after refreshing the page.
  • Fixed a bug that caused embedded Figma files to be loaded incorrectly.
  • Fixed a bug that caused projects and goals for archived groups to appear in Group Work and on the Roadmap screen.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented document names in the Activity section of projects and tasks to be clicked.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented icons to be loaded for certain views in Group Pins.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented children blocks to be copied when hitting 'Esc' to select a block.
  • Fixed a bug that caused certain search bar queries to crash the application.
  • Fixed UI components in the Group Profile in the case of no listed group description.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the 'Page Not Found' message to appear when clicking into a document from the Quick Search.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the split view to remain open when switching from one base to another.
  • Fixed the UI for selecting a task's group when creating tasks from blocks.
  • Fixed a bug that did not add the default group to a project created inside a document within that group.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented users from using arrow keys to scroll through blocks after pasting in a nested blocks from one Clarity document to another.
June 8, 2022

Clarity 2.0

Improvements to Groups

  • A Task Board for Every Group. Now each of your groups has its own task board. Tasks are automatically added to the board when you create them in any document or project within the group.
  • Group Projects. Every project has a doc in Clarity. Now, each group can manage its own project list, and you can see all the projects for your group in one place.
  • Group Notes. We use documents to take notes, gather research, and get on the same page. Now each group has its own space for docs.
  • Group Payouts. Groups need autonomy over their own budget and funds. You no longer need to coordinate across groups to pay all contributors i the community at the same time. Each group can manage bounty payouts on their own schedule.
  • Group Activity. When we collaborate remotely, it can be hard to know what everyone is doing. Each group now has an activity feed that shows what notes have been created by other team members. We'll be adding more types of activity to this screen in the near future.
  • Group Pins. If you have a document or link that is important to your group, but not important enough to go on the community home screen, you can pin it to the right sidebar for easy access to everyone in your group.
  • Per-group Workflows. Each group can tailor their workflow to their needs. Customize the task statuses to create different stages for different kinds of work. If you have a development team that typically runs sprints, you can turn on the Cycles plug-in for a single group without affecting the others.

Improvements to the Roadmap screen

  • Shared Roadmap. When a group creates a new project, it automatically shows up on the community roadmap. This means that each group can manage their own projects and the roadmap will always stay up to date.
  • Cross-group Projects. Multiple groups can now team up on a single project. When creating new tasks inside a shared project, simply decide which group is responsible for the task and it will be added to all the relevant task boards for the contributors in that group.
  • Initiatives are now Goals. Create community-wide goals that have multiple supporting projects. This is perfect if your community uses an OKR-like goal structure. Now Goals sit inside your milestones which gives them focus, and helps prevent run-on initiatives that never end.

Repositioning of the Wiki

  • Your Community Library. We're more clearly separating the Wiki from notes. The Wiki is the long-term knowledge store for the community. Think of it like a library. When you tag something, you are adding it to that topic in the community library. The Wiki does not belong to any group—it's like your community's very own Wikipedia.
  • Cross Group Discovery. The Wiki can surface backlinks across all groups. This makes it possible for you to identify similar conversations that are happening across the community. The Wiki can also help you find prior work & research that may be relevant to your current project.

Introducing the Base Home Screen

  • Your Community Bulletin Board. Your home screen is like a community bulletin board. It's the first thing every contributor sees when they join your base. You can put important onboarding instructions and resources front-and-center for them to see.
  • Showcase important documents. Surface important wiki articles, Seasonal memos, community guidelines, and more by pinning them to the home screen of your base.
  • Pin any web page. Add anything you want to your home screen, even if it wasn't created in Clarity. You can use this to link to Mirror posts, Snapshot spaces, Etherscan, and other tools that are relevant to your contributor community.
  • Create collections. Organize your home screen using Collections. Add as many headings as you need to make the home screen easy to navigate.
  • Visible Groups & Roles. Groups & Roles were previously hidden behind a dropdown in the sidebar. Now they are displayed prominently in a tab across the top of the screen. This makes it easier for new contributors to find the right group and set their permissions.

Design Refresh

  • New Design Language. We've refreshed the look and feel of every screen in the product. Starting from buttons, text, and colors all the way up to full page layouts.
  • Simplified Task Board. We've radically simplified the kanban board interface. We've carefully removed every non-essential detail so you can focus on moving cards through your workflow.
  • New Layout for Task & Project Details. We redesigned the layout of tasks and projects to declutter the interface. The properties now have a dedicated space in the right sidebar. We moved subtasks below the task description so they can stay expanded by default. We simplified the activity feed by grouping entries that are made by the same person within five minutes.
  • Redesigned Roadmap. The Roadmap is where new and existing contributors can find out what’s happening across the community. The new layout is easier to skim thanks to a refreshed layout and typography.

Improvements to Navigation

  • Radically Simplified Navigation. We've rethought every part of how you get around Clarity, with a focus on making it more accessible to new contributors.
  • More Recents. We increased the number of recently opened documents Clarity remembers from 6 to 25. This list is now available even when the sidebar is hidden because it's in the new top bar. Recently opened docs also show i the Quick Search by default, making them accessible instantly via keyboard as well.
  • Unified Search. Now there is a single search box for your workspace. Find anything with a click, or by pressing Cmd/Ctrl+P. The search field is front-and-center at the top of the screen, which makes it easy for new contributors to find something specific without knowing their way around Clarity.
  • Unlimited Favorites. We reorganize the sidebar so that Favorites are at the bottom. This means you can add as many favorites as you want without pushing important sidebar items off the screen.
April 28, 2022

Improved Cycles

We redesigned the Cycles screen. Each cycle now has a progress bar that shows a summary of the tasks inside the cycle.

It is now easier to add, rename, and reorder cycles using the new "Edit cycles" screen.

You can also open any cycle in a full screen view (previously only possible with the Active and Next cycles).

Fixes & Improvements

  • Fixed: The Active and Next cycle screens would sometimes appear empty because filters were applied from another view.
  • Fixed: An issue that caused older notes to not show in the notes feed.
  • Fixed: The Weekly appeared as "Untitled" in Favorites & Recents.
  • Fixed: The Weekly could be renamed, which should not be allowed.
  • Fixed: Contributors could update the base avatar or group cover photo even if they didn't have the correct permissions.
  • Fixed: Deleted notes were not removed from the Recents section in the sidebar
  • Fixed: When visiting a document via a direct link, the dropdown would not show under the document title.
  • Fixed: On task views, the "Order by" and "Group by" menus behaved unexpectedly.
April 15, 2022

Upgraded Notes

Notes provide a lightweight way to write something down and share it with the team. As we've observed contributors starting to organize their base into groups, we see that Notes are playing a larger role in the base. Notes are being shared & used to collaborate amongst teams and with external collaborators. We're giving Notes a refresh in this update. This way they can play a larger role in helping contributors capture and collaborate on documents to support their work.

Note Titles

You can now add a title to any note in Clarity! This lets you quickly search for notes by their title and easily find them in your Recents, Favorites and Pinned sections as well.

Cleaner Notes

When writing, we want as few distractions as possible. That's why we've simplified the appearance of a note while you're writing in it.

April 15, 2022

New Ways to Create Documents

We've decentralized the "Add New" button to provide more context for when to use each type of document. This also helps with creating notes in specific groups (and will apply to tasks when we roll our Group Work in Phase 4).

You can create new documents by clicking the "+" button on each item of the sidebar.

Each screen in the app also has a button in the top right corner for creating new documents. For example: "+ Note", "+ Wiki Page", "+ View", etc

April 14, 2022

Recent Documents

Recently opened documents are listed in the Search sidebar, but this means they're not as accessible or obvious as they should be. Now, the six documents you've viewed most recently are displayed in the sidebar where you can easily get back to them. This is similar to having papers on your desk that you've picked up recently. It keeps things "at arms reach".

April 14, 2022

Group Profiles

We rolled out Groups with Phase 1 of Clarity 2.0. We've since made some improvements to the experience. In your Group Profile, you can now seamlessly create sections, insert links, and reorder all sections & links to make the profile your own. You can now edit your group’s cover photo directly on the profile by clicking Edit in the top bar.

Easily create a new group from the Groups screen. You can view Groups using the More menu in the sidebar.

Fixes & Improvements

  • Remove a group cover photo. To remove your group's cover photo, enter edit mode in the Group Profile and hover over the cover photo. Click the trash button in the top right corner of the photo to remove it, and then click 'Done' to save your changes.
  • Unarchive a group. You can now easily unarchive any group by heading to the Groups screen from the sidebar.
  • Updated New Task Modal. We updated the style of the new task modal to be more compact and clean.
  • Previously, if a task or project card included many tags, they would overlap in the Kanban view. We now improved the appearance of cards in this view and tags should no longer overlap.