December 14th, 2008
We’ve integrated Wipee List with Kwyno, adding another service to Kwyno’s many. Check out Kwyno and link your account under the “services” section of “My Account.”
You’ll have to wait a couple days though because Kwyno is still in very-private alpha. But when it’s released for private beta on the 15th, you should definitely check it out! It looks very promising.
December 8th, 2008
We’ve added sorting options into Wipee List. A lot of have already noticed this, but I’ve waited until today because it was only recently that we integrated remembrance of your sorting choice.
No longer will you have to use the drop-down every time you login.
On a side note, we’ve made marking list items as complete/incomplete much faster. Just click on one and you’ll be astonished at first (I was).
December 6th, 2008
Wipee List now supports adding and deleting items through Twitter! Just link your account, follow @wipeelist, and you’re ready!
I’ve made a quick microsite for it available here: http://www.wipeelist.com/twitter/
December 2nd, 2008
When you sign up to Wipee List you no longer need to enter a country or verify your email address. We’re working on making signing up as fast as possible, and because of this we’ve eliminated two things we don’t think were mandatory.
December 1st, 2008
Some of you have e-mailed us wondering what all these new features are. Several new UI goodies have popped up, and we haven’t really talked about them yet. There are two reasons for this:
1. We want our users to have a sneak peek at all the stuff we’re releasing before we release it to the public. Just a small delicious reward for our adopters.
2. We want to see if our UI communicates their purpose clearly without a tutorial or something similar being needed. If not we’ll need to revise it until it is. Not everyone who uses Wipee List reads the blog.
Right now you might have seen: linking your Twitter account, an RSS icon, and sorting options. All of these work but only RSS is 100% there.
Be patient and you will be rewarded by lots of productive goodness. But if you’re really curious about Twitter e-mail us about it and we’ll tell you how to add tasks through Twitter (and perhaps more! ;)). Just a little reward for people who DO read the blog.
November 30th, 2008
We at Wipee List have finally integrated priorities into our product. You can now assign each item with a priority of low, medium, high using the (!) button on the side. Look at the picture below:
The red is for high priority, the thick gray is for medium priority, and the default is for low priorities. Using the new exclamation button will change the priority like this:
low(default) -> medium -> high -> low(default) and it repeats.
We hope you enjoy this new feature!
November 24th, 2008
The API’s finally been released. We already have a library written up and are now working on an AIR application and a Twitter updater based on the API. If any of you guys decide to use it (one guy is developing an app for Facebook using it), just e-mail us and we’ll be sure to mention you somewhere.
Check it here: The Wipee List API.
November 21st, 2008
Our shiny new API is almost ready for public release. However, we’d like a few developers that are willing to test the API to have a shot at it first. Two developers have already started using the beast, and we hope many more are to follow.
Want to lead the charge? Just use the contact form on the contact page and get in touch with us.
Additional info: we have a PHP library already written by a 3rd-party developer that will greatly ease use of the API. It literally only takes a few lines of code to completely edit any item through any other site or service.
November 17th, 2008
We now support Unicode, which in turn means Japanese, Hungarian, and a bunch of other languages!
We were getting lots of requests to support peoples’ native language, so this was a must-have feature for us.
Thanks for the feedback, as you can see: we really do listen.
November 16th, 2008
Wipee List has finally reached 1.0 status. We’ve just begun marketing the site and we will keep you informed with new updates and features.
A lot of changes have been made so far, including:
- Proper redirection from login.
- New Quick Reminders features.
- Adding a Terms of Service.
- Adding a tour page.
- And a ton of other small bugs!
And we have a lot of changes coming too:
- Due dates integration.
- API usage (to post on your blog or integrate with your product)
- Reordering of lists.
- Custom styling.
- An iPhone version.
- And much much more (we’d prefer to keep some stuff secret for now)!