This new feature helps current users of Basecemp move to Skylight and benefit from the added functionality and features we offer.
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Skylight now offers OpenID for signing up and logging in. Use Google, Yahoo, AOL, Flickr, Blogger, WordPress, LiveJournal and many more as an openID.
We received quite a few requests recently for the ability to add files to tasks. This feature has been in the pipeline for a while, and those requests just pushed it to the top – so thank you for your suggestions. After a week of hard work we are proud to announce:
Team-driven projects have gained a lot of juice just in the last few years because of cloud computing innovations that allow for new levels of sharing and collaborating. Questions like, “who’s got the latest iteration?” “Who’s allowed to access that?” and “What other files are involved?” are now answered easily. Google was one of the earliest innovators in software-as-a-service, and Google Docs is a wonderful team tool for keeping track of, sharing, and collaborating over documents.
It’s surprising how many small business operators are trying to manage their contacts—with clients, suppliers, sub-contractors, team members, and more—with little more than the Contacts function on their smart phone and the In Box of their email server.
Project calendar shows milestones and bookings; with a summary of tasks, milestones and a list of four recent files belonging to the current project.
Now you can create Invoices, Quotes and PO’s and new accounting dashboard widgets, organized by latest activity. On each widget you have option to either go to the record, edit it or go to the Project or Contact it relates too.