Outlook Addin Release Notes
Now Timyo Add-in works in offline mode.
Because you send email with clear expectations, Timyo lets you know when a reply is pending or overdue.
Choice "No date"
Now you can select Timyo expectation with "no date" associated.
Accessibility for everyone
We have slightly modified our set of icons to make the solution accessible for colorblind people.
Performance & stability enhancements
Timyo add-in no longer duplicates emails saving your mailbox quota, eliminating crashes, and providing an overall faster experience when you prioritize emails or receive emails with expectations.
Streamlined flat design
We introduce a single calendar icon instead of using three (replacing the sun, the cup and the hourglass). This approach offers a cleaner, more intuitive experience.
Indicators for emails are prioritized for today and later
ASAP icon: identifies emails requiring immediate attention
Mailing list support
Timyo now supports mailing lists, allowing you to see the right time indicator (today, later....) when you receive an email addressed to a mailing list and composed with a Timyo expectation.
Removal of the "Done" button
The "Done" button has been removed and replaced with standard "archive", "delete" or "move to" actions to clean out your inbox.
Introducing onboarding videoWhen first installing Timyo, a 1 min tutorial is presented allowing anyone in the enterprise to quickly get up to speed on the basic principles behind using Timyo.
New compose experience
Highlighting when a response is not needed using a "No response" categorization. No Response Necessary (NRN) is widely accepted terminology that helps eliminate unnecessary replies that quickly clog up everyone’s inbox. “No response” replaces the "Read" category.
Many of you thought assigning a specific date was too restrictive so we introduced softer timelines such as "within a week", "within 2 weeks", and "within a month".
Brackets [ ] are now used around Timyo expectations: This is designed to help recipients unfamiliar with Timyo differentiate expectations as content not part of the body of the email.
Finally, we are introducing 3 new expectation header styles with emoji support to best fit the context of your email (they will replace the old ones).
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