OmniPlan for iOS 3.10

September 22, 2018

Requires iOS 11

Recent Changes

OmniPlan 3.10 for iOS introduces support for Siri Shortcuts on iOS 12.

Version 3.10

  • Backwards Compatibility — OmniPlan 3.10 for iOS and the corresponding Mac release, OmniPlan 3.10 for Mac, contain changes to how OmniPlan identifies projects as distinct from one another. If you’re syncing OmniPlan projects between multiple devices via a publishing & subscription collaboration action, you should update all installations of OmniPlan to the most recent version.
  • Siri Shortcuts — Added support for Siri Shortcuts. As you create new documents or open existing documents, Siri will keep track of your actions and start suggesting these activities to you based on observed patterns. These suggestions can appear in Spotlight, on the lock screen, and in Siri Settings.
  • Publish & Subscribe [PRO] — OmniPlan now refers to getting changes to a synced project from a server as “refreshing” the project (in previous versions of OmniPlan this was referred to as “updating,” which many users found confusing).

OmniPlan for iOS 3.9

April 17, 2018

Requires iOS 11

OmniPlan 3.9 for iOS introduces two new ways to access your OmniPlan projects from the document browser, and it fixes several bugs.

  • Recent Documents — View recently edited documents in one place, regardless of whether they’re saved locally or synced via services such as OmniPresence or iCloud
  • Other Documents — Quickly access OmniPlan projects saved in other file storage locations via the new Open option in the Locations list.
  • App Lock — App Lock has been updated to better support FaceID.
  • Free Viewer Mode — Attempting to create a new project while using OmniPlan in Free Viewer mode now opens the In-App Purchase window.
  • Locations — The Local Documents location has been renamed On My iPhone (or On My iPad).
  • Trial Mode — OmniPlan now presents a confirmation when switching between Standard and Pro trial modes.
  • Inspector — Restored the option to adjust the % assigned in the Task Resource Assignment Inspector.
  • Microsoft Project Import — Microsoft Project files that previously triggered import errors now import successfully.
  • Undo — The undo popover no longer shifts to the left edge of the toolbar after it’s been opened twice.
  • Undo — Open or closing the inspector no longer causes the undo button to hop around.
  • Stability — Fixed a crash that could occur when closing a project after making changes in the inspector.

OmniPlan for iOS 3.8.3

February 27, 2018

Requires iOS 11

OmniPlan 3.8.3 for iOS is a minor update focused on bug fixes.

OmniPlan for iOS 3.8.2

January 3, 2018

Requires iOS 11

  • Stability — Fixed a bug that could cause OmniPlan to crash when opening long projects.

OmniPlan for iOS 3.8.1

November 30, 2017

Requires iOS 11

OmniPlan 3.8.1 for iOS includes improved iPhone X support and minor bug fixes.

  • Document Picker — Performance navigating in the document picker has been improved.
  • Task Notes — Removed redundant option to edit task notes in fullscreen (Task Note Inspector is fullscreen by default on smaller iOS devices).
  • Gantt — Fixed a bug that caused selection misalignment in the Gantt view when zoomed to less than 100%.
  • Gantt — Date headers are now always center aligned.
  • Inspector — Bar color options in the Task Inspector are no longer squished to the left edge of the Inspector.
  • Inspector — Restored the divider line between the Task Title and Task Notes field in the Inspector.
  • Inspector — Addressed a bug that could cause rows in the Inspector to appear clipped.
  • iPhone X — Fixed a bug that could cause the onscreen keyboard for the task completion field to not appear in the correct location consistently.
  • iPhone X — The bottom toolbar is now permanently affixed to the top of the keyboard.
  • iPhone X — Addressed layout issues that affected Inspector fields, Inspector buttons, project work calendar, full screen note editor, and share sheet.
  • View Popover — Removed unnecessary chevrons from “No Filter” and “Filter by Visible Date Range” options in the View popover.