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New Agilo Christmas Release now available

New Version of Agilo 1.2 now available

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21 December 2009
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    A great 2009 is ending and we like to announce the last Agilo Release for this year.

    We send all of you, who are using Agilo, giving suggestions and critic, supporting us and giving us feedback a big

    THANK YOU

    Merry Christmas and a good start in 2010 for all of you
    Marion

    Here are some informatin about the New Agilo Release 1.2

    • Improved on the Beta Backlog. It is now the default backlog, the previous backlog is now in deprecation. It allows multi-level drag & drop ordering and inline editing of values. The backlog in Agilo Pro also features inline editing and inline adding of items to facilitate breakdown of items such as Requirements, Stories and Bugs.
    • Added a toolbar for the backlog to keep all buttons inside the view at all time.
    • Added a contingent view to the new backlog. Enable / disable it with the contingent button in the toolbar of the Sprint. Features inline editing of values.
    • Unified the look of the buttons across Agilo.
    • Added the option to filter the backlog and whiteboard. To enable it, add the following line to your trac.ini:

      [agilo-general] backlog_filter_attribute = <some attribute>

    Here you can download Agilo

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