We have now redesigned the hotkeys to make them easier to learn and remember and require less finger gymnastics.
Here are some of the new ones:
Shift+Arrow Keys to move issues on the board
Operations on statuses (columns) are now using the alt (option on Macs) key. For example:
Alt+C (Option+C on Macs) to create a new status
Alt+Left/Right Arrow keys (Option+Arrow Keys on Macs) to move a status
You can press ‘?’ at any time to view the full list of hotkeys.
Redesigned Issue Screen
A new and improved issue screen
We wanted to make the issue screen easier to use and give you a better overview, so now the activities and comments are visible on the right side. Also arrow keys now navigate the activities and comments, while ‘t’ and ‘d’ are still the keys to edit title and description.
We also changed the issue screen so ‘e’ now moves the issue to the next status, and moves to the next issue in the list. While alt+arrows (option+arrows on Macs) will change the status of an issue, but keeps you on the current issue.
... and a lot more
We don’t remember everything we did (because it was a lot), but here is a list of some of the other changes:
- Emojis (we ❤️ emojis)
- New onboarding for new users
- Take-over hotkey: by pressing shift+s, you now remove all assignees and add yourself (s is still assigning yourself)
- More actions create activities in the activity list
- “My” keyword in search that will only search issues assigned to you
- Other improvements to search (still not quite ‘there’)
- There are now hotkeys for editing and deleting comments
- There is now a nice ‘/‘ menu to help you format your text when writing descriptions
- Mac users on web can now download desktop client from Kitemaker Command
- 20+ bug fixes and improvements
Our next step is to introduce more structure. We’re thinking in terms of something like ‘Epic’ in Jira and Clubhouse, or ‘Themes’ if you are used to ‘old’ Kitemaker or ProdPad. If you want to help us, feel free to drop us a line on your experiences or ideas on ‘Epics’ and ‘Themes’ to email@example.com
Also, if you have any favorite tools you would like us to integrate with, tell us about it at firstname.lastname@example.org
Feedback, bug reports and suggestions for improvements is always welcome, we read and respond to all of them. Ping us at email@example.com and we’ll look into it ASAP.