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News: Sciral Consistency for iPhone version 1.0.3 is now in the App Store, with support for iTunes File Sharing!
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 on: August 08, 2015, 07:27:34 PM 
Started by hiimdrew - Last post by Joe Pearce
Thanks for your suggestion. We will consider whether it fits with our concept of the app.

 on: August 07, 2015, 04:39:29 AM 
Started by hiimdrew - Last post by hiimdrew
Hello, I think in the new update there should be a way to indicate that a task has been done more than once..Tasks should be able to be collapsing menu's, where you click an arrow and more details about that task expand. I hear the continuos response to this type of request as being "Make multiple task's to indicate the occasions of a particular task, e.g. Running, Second Run, Third Run...or something like Walking the Dog, Walking the Dog in the afternoon, etc..This is moderately useful however it just adds to the clutter of the application. If there were a way to add multiple instances or types we would not have to add additional tasks' alongside the original task.

Thanks for listening.

 on: November 21, 2012, 05:02:05 AM 
Started by rovertos - Last post by asfg812
Just another vote for an android app.
Got a new Galaxy S3 and m thinking Sciral would be such a natural fit.

Thanks guys!

 on: September 24, 2012, 04:55:15 PM 
Started by mazen - Last post by PRip
I agree with all of these ideas, but came here specifically request the first: notification integration for the iPhone. I am baffled why this doesn't exist. What reason is there to have ported the software to the iPhone if it doesn't actively remind you when tasks are ready to be acted. The other alternative is to check the app daily, which is less effective and likely to be forgotten.

 on: July 10, 2012, 03:12:32 PM 
Started by mazen - Last post by mazen
iPhone/DesktopSyncing via .consis files:
As these files are compartively small in size, I feel that email import/exports would be a good balance between the current deprecation of wifi sync (perhaps due to too many individual network compliance issues) vs a plugging in the iPhone for file sharing.  This would double as a cloud-independent personal backup system and with Sciral program itself not being terribly large, I would venture to say a USB version would work really well also and treble the opportunities for use.  For cross platform consider Java versions And how you roll almost 4 suggestions in one folks Smiley

Alert Reminders:
Although this is venturing into daily planner category it could still be a useful tool to have for the iPhone (local alerts) and desktop alerts. You could also enhance by email alerts as well.  These alerts could be as simple as a specific alert set to go off for a specific task on a specific date or more global options like remind me whenever any task or task x,y,&z turn yellow, are 2 days before yellow, are two days in the red..etc!

Additionally, for the iPhone, such a global 'fuzzy' alarm which monitors tasks going into certain colors to alert you would be a perfect pairing to complement the actual strength of the program itself as something that manages tasks intelligently by also setting alerts intelligently.  As a bonus for the end user, this means not having to go into each respective task and choose an alert. I can set any task for any dates and reliably count my global alert to ring it in when it approaches/hits a certain color block

Categories, or Nested Documents:
Instead of the current style of having separate windows for separate documents, a nesting hierarchical capability (as mentioned in sticky) would be very useful whether it is branches leading to separate documents altogether or nested categories within a document.

Horizontal Scrolling for Desktop:
This is kind of just laziness but would be very useful for those of us that have mice with wheels as many do come with it and if an option was given in the desktop to allow mouse wheel to control horizontal scrolling it would make navigating long timelines very easy.

This is just for following up on performances but it would be nice to have listed metrics or graphical statistical displays of tasks being performed, and on which color.  For eg. a simple pie chart for yellow/red/blue/green to show where most of my tasks are being completed (as if I don't already know!).
This could of course be enhanced into projecting risk so if there is a task that over a certain number of days has been continually hitting red every now and then, it could deem the position of most priority proactively vs current retroactive view by sorting order.

Overall ramp up on graphics/design would be nice as the program is simple and efficient but is no beauty pageant contender in desktop/iPhone apps Smiley

I look forward to constructive feedback from all, thanks.

 on: April 30, 2012, 06:32:46 AM 
Started by mpgomez - Last post by Robert McNally
Both of those items are on our "eventually" list, but we're not announcing anything at this time.

 on: April 30, 2012, 05:56:54 AM 
Started by mpgomez - Last post by oogiem
What's the update on sync status between desktop and ios versions?

Any word on an upgraded iPad version that is more than the iPhone screen size?

 on: March 05, 2012, 12:49:50 PM 
Started by mpgomez - Last post by Robert McNally

I just uploaded Consistency for Mac version 1.1.7, which should fix the issue you described with creating new tasks.

The iTunes Sharing is just a way to copy Consistency documents back and forth between your iOS devices and your desktop. We do plan on eventually supporting syncing (probably using iCloud) but for now the process is manual.


 on: March 01, 2012, 01:38:45 PM 
Started by mpgomez - Last post by calyeung
I first started using Sciral Consistency back in 2007 and then went a couple of years without. I'm back now and purchased a new license for the latest version and installed in on OSX 10.6.8 and can't seem to create a new task no matter what I try. However, if I create a file on my iPhone and copy it back to my computer, the task appears and I can indicate that I've completed the task but I still can't create new ones on my Mac.

BTW, how does the file sharing in iTunes work exactly? Is it supposed to be automatic? I can only seem to do it manually. And is it supposed to be two-way?



 on: December 14, 2011, 01:14:29 AM 
Started by Robert McNally - Last post by Robert McNally
We're pleased to announce that the price of Sciral Consistency for Mac and Windows has been reduced from $25 to just $10!

The iPhone/iPod Touch edition is only $1.99 in the iTunes App Store.

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