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#145

Hi Kevin,
It’s coming, don’t worry. We have already started beta testing with our normal testing group, and have decided on a release date. It is before the end of this year, but I don’t want to say any more at this point. So not long now.
Kind regards,
Drew


#146

Hi Drew,

That’s really awesome! Is the “normal testing group” the beta that I can get from your site or is it a smaller group (if so, how do I join :wink:

Either way, it appears that a “Merry Christmas to us!” is a true thing!

Thanks for your response. - K


#147

If you leave a post in this topic, we’ll add you in the next testing round:


#148

Hi Kevin,
It looks like you are already in our beta testing group, so you should have access to the beta via Test Flight. Make sure you read the instructions, especially regarding updating the macOS app.
Kind regards,
Drew


#149

Hi @drewmccormack I’d love to become a Test Flighter for your next round.


#150

If you leave a post in this community topic, we’ll add you the next round.


#151

You made it! Great! Just downloaded the new version and I love how thoughtfully you have implemented the „insert images“ feature. Great work, thank you!


#152

Glad you like it so much!


#153

Hooray, it’s done, you can now add images to your Agenda notes. As this thread proves this has been one of the most requested feature by far (together with the iOS version that we launched in June). We would like to thank you all for your patience and constructive feedback that helped us shape, build, and test this feature, we hope you like it as much as we do!

Adding images and attachments feature has been a colossal undertaking. @drewmccormack did most of the work, so please join me in thanking him for the awesome result! He compared it once to writing a whole new app, and it isn’t far from the truth. I think we could have written a good Photos clone in the time it took to add photos to Agenda. There are just so many different facets of the feature, from presentation to drag-and-drop to sharing, and so much more. And each file type needs to be handled differently, compounding the effort required. Anyway, it’s finally over. There will likely be a few small issues that arise after the release, but the feature is finished and we can move on. Enjoy!

For more info on how it all works, see this How To topic:


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#155

FANTASTIC!

It’s done, it’s WELL DONE, and on top of that, it’s for both free and Premium to benefit from.

I wasn’t sure why I took premium apart from just supporting the dev, but now I know why I’ll keep the Premium tier :slight_smile:

Thanks!!