This post was updated on July 13, 2017.
We’re thrilled to announce that MeisterTask 2.0, providing efficient task management for iOS, is out! Read on for details on how the iOS app has improved and where to download it, free!
MeisterTask’s latest update brings a completely new dashboard experience to your iPhone as well as built-in time tracking, a quick section switcher and more! Download MeisterTask 2.0 from the App Store now or check out this short video showcasing the app’s highlights:
What’s New in Version 2.0
MeisterTask 2.0 features a complete UI overhaul, including a new task detail view, redesigned tags and a different font (the beautiful San Francisco). However, you’ll find the most prominent changes in the dashboard, which now consists of three tabs: Projects (a list of all your active projects), What’s New (notifications from your team members), and My Tasks, which now offers a quick overview of all your tasks, with due/overdue and focus tasks at the top of the list. You can quickly switch between tabs by tapping on the footer or by swiping left/right.
Note that notifications are now automatically marked as read when the corresponding task is opened.
Keep track of the time you spend on each task and see how productive you’ve been throughout the week with MeisterTask’s new time tracking feature. Time slips can easily be edited after the fact in case you forgot to track one of your activities.Quick Section Switcher
Pretty self-explanatory, the quick section switcher lets you quickly switch between sections in your projects, which comes in particularly handy when you’re trying to move a task from one end of the board to another. Just pull down the section or click on the little triangle in the section header to get to the switcher.
What Else Is New?
MeisterTask now uses a new emoji syntax – the same one you know from cool apps like Slack. To insert an emoji into a comment, just type : followed by the emoji code and another :
…it’s free 😉
PS: MeisterTask’s beautiful Mac app also just received a small update with a number of big and small bug fixes. If you want to use MeisterTask on your Mac, be sure to get the latest version!
6 thoughts on “MeisterTask 2.0 for iOS Is Out!”
Great work guys! Native share actions for iOS app would be great!
Thanks a lot for the feedback! What exactly do you want to share? We\’ll be happy to look into it.
For example in IOS, if i want attach photo from \”Photos\” app in to my task in MeisterTask with, or maybe its called \”Document Provider\” in IOS API, I\’m not sure, sorry =)
Hi Rustam, I just checked with our development team and they say this will be included in our next bigger update! 🙂
Looks good. However, Project deletion seems dangerously simple to do. With the web interface, one needs to first Archive a project, visit the Project archives, and then delete the Project. In the iOS app, the user only needs to click the Project pulldown and select Delete Project, without any Archive option. Sure there is a warning, but still … why no Archive option instead?
Keep up the good work.
Hi Smit, thanks a lot for your feedback, you make a good point. I think this issue will be resolved with our upcoming user roles update at the latest, but maybe the iOS team can do something about it even before that.