Studiometry 14 goes 64-bit, adds scheduling, Today view, template editor enhancements, much more

We’re very excited to release Studiometry 14 today, a huge update to our award-winning business management app. We’ve added over 100 user-requested features and improvements. Here are just a few:

64-bit Power
Why is 64-bit so awesome? What does 64-bit even mean? It basically means that Studiometry can now take advantage of the full processing power of your computer. If you’ve got a large Studiometry database, create complex summaries, or run your own Studiometry server, you’ll see a big increase in performance. 64-bit is “the way of the future” as they say. So get on board and buckle up!

Schedule Work for employees and dates
Type-A personalities rejoice! You can now schedule estimated work for specific employees and dates. The new scheduling features give you a great visual representation of who’s doing what, and how much available time they have left each day. An easy and smart drag-and-drop interface lets you quickly schedule all of your estimated work.

Today View
Everything that’s on your plate for the day, all in one place. See your calendar events and meetings. Mark To Dos as completed or easily postpone them until tomorrow. See your scheduled hours against which you can easily create timers or enter worked hours. The Today View gives you an interactive overview of what you should be doing for the day.

Template Editor Improvements
We’ve made a ton of improvements to the invoice and report template editor. We’ve added rulers, grids, margins, snapping capabilities, and more. One of the biggest improvement is the ability to see previews of what’s in your Data Row areas, giving you a much better idea of what your generated invoices and reports will look like. Search functions and several other new features make it much easier and more enjoyable to make invoice templates.

Vendor & PO Improvements
We’ve improved many of the functions related to Vendors and Purchase Orders. Purchase Orders can now be marked as paid and have a new “date paid” field. Custom Summaries, the incredibly powerful and customizable reporting features in Studiometry, can now be based on your Purchase Orders or Vendored Items. Several new bells and whistles have also been added for the Vendor views and exported reports.

But that’s not all…

  • Project and Client Files can now be viewed in their overviews
  • Forms can now have multiple checkboxes in one field
  • Custom Summary presets will now save and sync between users
  • Can filter To Dos synced to iCal/Calendar based on a specific employee
  • Over 100 other user-requested features and updates

Available Now
Studiometry 14 is available today for download and purchase. As always, new users and users of previous versions can take advantage of our free 30-day trial. Upgrades from Studiometry 13.x start at $59.95 USD per license, while upgrades from 12.x or older are $99 USD per license.

Studiometry Cloud users can download and start using Studiometry 14 today without paying any upgrade fees.

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Studiometry 13.0.6 Released

New update with a lot of fixes and changes. You can now show some more details to clients logging in via Studiometry Cloud. We’ve also optimized and fixed some bottlenecks throughout the app. Full details below.

What’s New in Studiometry 13.0.6:

  • Can now show Deadline, Start Date, Completed Date for Projects in Studiometry Cloud client interface
  • Viewing the To Do list of a parent project will now correctly update the Tags filter and allow for filtering the view by Tags
  • Improved the background checking for paid invoices when creating/editing payments so that it won’t stall on databases with a large number of unpaid invoices
  • New option in Preferences Window > Billing > Advanced Billing > Ask to use Client Retainer funds when editing previously created unpaid Invoices
  • Fixed issue where sorting in Project’s invoices screen doesn’t always work
  • When syncing to Studiometry Cloud, there will now be a longer period of time that is allowed after the client a request for updates from the server initially
  • Will now load Clients much faster if they have a large amount of historical invoices
  • Selecting a resource in the calendars list will now correctly show that resource’s events
  • Fixed issue with creating payment applied to multiple invoices where invoice paid date would not automatically populate to the correct date

Studiometry 13.0.6 is a free update for Studiometry Cloud users and registered users of Studiometry 13.x, and is available now for download and purchase. New users as well as users of previous versions will get a free 30-day trial. Upgrades from Studiometry 12.x start at $59.95 USD per license, while upgrades from 11.x or older are $99.95 USD per license.


Two new Studiometry updates this week

We’ve released 13.0.4 and 13.0.5 this week to fix several bugs and add a few new features. The updates are listed out below:

New in Studiometry 13.0.5:

  • Can change the item mode for Paid debt/credits via contextual menu from the Project’s Work & Expenses section
  • Fixed issue with localizations not loading correctly
  • Fixed issue with Client Statement not display
  • Improved the methods for selecting the work item type when starting a timer from a To Do
  • Will now correctly show code-based invoices in template pickers if there are no visual templates
  • Fixed issue with multi-line text blocks in invoice/report templates on Windows
  • Fixed issues introduced in the previous update with several windows giving errors

 New in Studiometry 13.0.4:

  • Can now link Apple Mail emails to Projects or Clients based on the mailbox in which they reside
  • Clicking the money icon in the project’s Billable vs Estimated chart will bring you to the Work & Expenses section
  • Can now save your Studiometry Cloud password even if your account is set to require cloud login for access
  • Added new data row type for Invoice and Report templates to show consolidated category information for any Hourly category types
  • Added new data row type for Invoice and Report templates to show consolidated category information for any Non-Hourly category types
  • Added new HourlyEstimatedTotal and NonHourlyEstimatedTotal variables to show total estimated amounts based on category types
  • Can now customize item mode for work items via group edit window
  • Client’s invoices section will now include non-live Projects
  • Can now make clients Live/Non-Live in the Client Group Editing window
  • Fixed issue with Group Edit window reloading fields on second activate
  • Will now send notifications to Studiometry Cloud in smaller chunks when a very large number of items have been updated on your machine
  • Improved behavior for templates that have both data rows and data columns
  • Fixed issue with missing To field in date selector in Payment tracker and other windows
  • Fixed issue with printing To Dos overlapping with too large of extra notes
  • Previews of invoices and reports will now show up in retina in Project and Client overviews
  • Fixed issue where selecting Cloud menu > Enable Studiometry Cloud and attempting to connect to an existing account wouldn’t work on Windows
  • Fixed issue with Work Week window not working properly if you have work items without specified dates in your database
  • Starting a new timer from a To Do will now use the correct rate type based on the associated project
  • Moved Studiometry self-updater code to Framework in accordance with Apple’s packaging rules
  • Fixed an issue with custom calendars not properly filtering To Dos in certain situations


Studiometry 13.0.5 is a free update for Studiometry Cloud users and registered users of Studiometry 13.x, and is available now for download and purchase. New users as well as users of previous versions will get a free 30-day trial. Upgrades from Studiometry 12.x start at $59.95 USD per license, while upgrades from 11.x or older are $99.95 USD per license.


Coming Soon: Integrate Studiometry with 500+ apps and services

Studiometry 13 is just around the corner, and with it will come a plethora of great new features and improvements: Tags, 100% retina app, and much more to be announced soon.

One of the many big additions will be the ability to integrate Studiometry with 500+ other apps and services using Zapier. Zapier is a free service (with paid options) that enables you to automate tasks between online apps. Basically, it will let you create customizable integrations between Studiometry and hundreds of popular apps, including:

•    Slack
•    Gmail
•    Twitter
•    Dropbox
•    Google Docs
•    Wordpress
•    Evernote
•    Xero
•    And over 500+ other apps and services

These integrations will require a Studiometry Cloud account (or Studiometry Cloud Beta account). This is because Zapier integrates with “online apps.” It’s simply not possible to integrate with Zapier (and the 500+ apps on their platform) without a dedicated, centralized cloud backend to handle the API requests.

Get early beta access to Studiometry 13 and the new Zapier integration features!

If you’d  like to help beta test Studiometry 13 as well as the new Zapier integration features, please sign up at the link below:
Beta Signup: Studiometry 13


Studiometry Cloud Gets Running Timers

Studiometry Cloud is a service that syncs your data between Studiometry 12.x, Studiometry Touch, and our brand new web interface. The web interface lets you access a limited set of Studiometry’s features from anywhere, and automatically syncs back to your Studiometry app. This is great if you have freelancers that don’t want to install the app, or you don’t have access to your computer.

You can now manage Running Timers from any browser using Studiometry Cloud. Start, pause, and stop timers, select rates, add notes, and do almost everything you can do in Studiometry, but in your browser.

Sign up today for a free 30-day trial of Studiometry Cloud and start managing your business from anywhere. You can easily create a Studiometry Cloud account using previous data from any version of Studiometry. Learn about Studiometry Cloud.