Anido is continually updated with new modules and enhanced features.
November 2014Improved function in "forgotten password"
If you do not remember your password, in the login box, click on the "Forgot Password". This far it is like before. But from now on you get to specify your own new password immediately when you click on the link in the confirmation email.
Keep in mind that the link in the email has a certain time limit so if you wait too long to use it you might have to repeat the procedure.
Adding external participants in an event
In the box ”Settings” for events, we have added a tab called "Other participants". There you can add as many rows as you want (one line per participant), fields are free text, so you can fill in what works, such as personal identity number, name and/or e-mail.
All participants (ordinary and others) are then summed in the "Reported" to make it easier to plan the event.
September 2014Revised version of the budget function
If you have a main project with one or more sub-projects, now the sub-project budgets are visible on the main project budget tab. It is now easier to keep track of income and expenses of a more global view.
You can "turn on and off" sub-project costs and revenues with check boxes when you just want to watch the main project budget.
The main- and sub-projects
When you create a new project, you can choose whether the project will be a main project or sub-project. If you select ”Sub-project" then you must specify the main project it is to be placed under.
In an existing project - to go to the "Settings" tab. You can under the heading "Major Projects" choose which projects, to be the "parent" to this project. That way, you can group your projects and get a good overview which, together with the new financial function will be even better.
May 2014News in the Project Schedule
The gantt chart is clearer and more intuitive.
There is a zoom slider that controls the detail level of the chart. Clicking the button “Scale to view all activities” will bring all activities of the project into the visible area. This is very useful for printing.
Above the gantt chart, next to the save button, there’s a button to enter fullscreen mode. Return to normal mode by pressing Esc.
Clicking the button “Add activity” will add a new activity at the bottom of the list. By selecting an activity before clicking this button, the new activity will be placed below this one.
If an activity is outside of the visible area in the chart, an arrow will appear to the left or right on that row. Clicking this arrow will scroll the chart to bring this activity into view.
Moving activities and creating a hierarchy
To move an activity up or down the list, begin by clicking/highlighting it. An arrow icon will appear to the left of the activity ID. This is the drag handle for dragging the activity up and down. A black line will appear while dragging, letting you know where the activity will be placed when dropped. Move the activity above another activity and a black outline appears around that activity. Dropping an activity onto another will make it a child activity.
Another option is to right-click an activity and this select “Indent”. This will make this activity a child of the one above it. To undo this, right-click again and select “Outdent”. Or simply drag the child activity to the desired place in the list.
Creating dependencies and moving activities
To create a dependency: Grab a taskbar in the chart and the drag the mouse up or down. An arrow will appear. Continue dragging to another activity and release. A dependency line will appear between the two activities. To remove a dependency, right click the blue arrow and select “Remove”. You can also convert between different types of dependencies in this right-click menu.
To move an activity to another time frame, simply drag the taskbar left or right.
Editing activities and Other information
To edit the data of an activity (dates, times, responsibilities etc) you can either double click a value in the activity list, edit the value and press Enter to save. Or you can right-click an activity and select Activity Information. A window will open up where you can edit all the settings. Here you can also upload attachments, write notes and create issues.
NOTICE – NEW EFFORT BASED SCHEDULE
Anido has previously calculated the effort of activities using a 24/7 schedule. To achieve a more realistic environment we have changed the schedule to only include work hours, meaning eight (8) hours, Monday – Friday (8 am – 4 pm).
February 2014Calendar bookings for events - The confirmation e-mail that is sent to event participants now includes a calendar file which can be used to automatically add the event to your calendar client, eg Outlook.
More secure document editing - Clients who experience bad internet connections can sometimes have problems storing changes to the server while editing reports. We have now added a feature that will automatically upload any changes to the server once the client re-establishes its internet connectivity.
October 2013More flexible design possibilities for the Event entry form.
New startpage for the mobile version of Anido.
September 2013Mobile version of Anido.
Juni 2013Anido gets a new clearer design.
Easier to add activities in the activity list. Possibility to add activities from an Excel file.
May 2013"My ratios". A new shortcut menu where you can report all project ratios.
Checkboxes in the projct phases. It is easy to show that obligatory project tasks are completed.
The new editor is used also for the ADMIN interface..
February 2013New editor for project documents
December 2012Updated file archive, including "drag and drop" and other features.
Oktober 2012Three introduction films makes it easier to start using Anido.
March 2012New Directory feature: Plan and keep track of all meetings with contact persons and companies.
A contact person can be linked to one or more companies.
January 2012Dynamic Project list. Customize the project list to show relevant information for you.
“Avaliable time” and “free time” included in the resource statistics/planning module.
Project time can be planned for all projects in “My time”.
December 2011Launch of the completely reviewed website.
October 2011New Start Page with tables including "To Do’s" and "Important Dates".
“Help” is automatically adjusted according to where in the system you are working
August 2011Templates in the Project Bank provide the possibility to distinguish between external project ideas (from e.g. events or competitions) and internal project ideas.
February 2011Easier time reporting. All project time can be reported in "My time".
New project role: Deputy Project Manager, with the same project rights as the project manager.
More directory functions: The user and contact records show what projects and project ideas a person is engaged in. In the Company Directory, you can view projects and project ideas connected to the company’s personnel.
Meetings - A new module for keeping track of invitations, notifications and statistics for meetings.
Time reporting per day available.
Possibility to use Project ID (project number).
November 2010Help is supplemented by instructional videos.
October 2010Projects can be set as sub-projects. Sub-projects can easily be moved between main projects or converted to main projects.
Statistics Function for planned and reported time. Multiple filter features make this a powerful tool for comprehensive planning.
Statistics function to display a Gantt chart of sub-projects and activities for main projects.
September 2010Project ideas can now be collected and evaluated in a new feature, the Project Bank.
An e-mail feature is linked to the directory.
Diary function designed for Public organisations.
Further development of the schedule functions: Activity types, main and sub-activities, the possibility to link Issues to the activities.
August 2010Project Lists merged with "Find Projects" for a list with extended filter, search and sort capabilities.
Projects can be divided into Project Classes and Project Categories.
Project status (green - yellow - red) is set in Progress Report. Now we open the possibility for the company to let project status be determined by how well the project keeps the cost budget.
The statistics for the project portfolio can show bars that show how well the projects keeps budget for resource use and / or project costs.
Statistics for the Project Radar Chart can be viewed as an average per Project Category or Project Class.