Release 85

Release Date: December 9, 2017

The December release delivers on a popular feature request: users will now receive an email notification when a dependency is satisfied.

In addition we’ve made a minor adjustment to what Administrators can change on behalf of other members and updated an option in Sub-Folder reporting. There are a few changes to the Add Menu as well.

Salesforce integration support is ending. Please scroll down to Salesforce Integration below for more information.


  • NEW: Users can now configure their Personal Notification Settings to receive emails when dependencies are satisfied on their work. Members have an option to receive updates for “All dependencies satisfied,” which will send out an email notification when an item that their tasks are dependant on is marked done.
  • CHANGED: Satisfied dependencies are now labeled with status “satisfied” in the dependencies section of the Edit Panel. Items with unsatisfied dependencies will display with status of “active”.


  • NEW: Administrators can now edit time zone for workspace members by opening their profile on the People Tab.




  • FIXED: Documents with non-ASCII characters in the name can be downloaded after being uploaded to plan items.
  • FIXED: Remaining Effort will no longer convert to decimals when reopening the estimate dialogue.
  • FIXED: When an item with Expenses is duplicated with the “Expenses” option unchecked, expense totals are no longer added.
  • FIXED: Hour units are now recognized in the new Add Menu form in workspaces where the default unit is set to days.
  • FIXED: Tasks and comments will no longer be created via Email Integration for bounce notifications and auto-replies.
  • FIXED: It is now possible to use the tab key to switch from Checklist items’ names to their owners.


ENDING: Support for our native Salesforce integration is ending due to recent changes on the Salesforce side, one of which requires compatibility with Salesforce Lightning.

  • The current listing will be removed from the Salesforce AppExchange by the end of 2017.
  • A Salesforce Administrator can find and install the managed package until the day it is removed. Configuration of the app can be done at any time after that. Contact with questions.
  • Customers who have installed and configured the app may continue using it. There’s no change to existing functionality.
  • No further updates are planned, i.e. bug fixes or enhanced functionality.
  • There are no plans to create a new listing (free or paid) on the AppExchange for Salesforce Lightning.

Zapier and LiquidPlanner’s open API can be used to create a custom integration.

Questions about the release (or otherwise)? If so, please send us an email ( – we’re always happy to hear from you!

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Release 85 was last modified: January 3rd, 2018 by Alex Taylor