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Published:May 05, 2020

‘7pace Timetracker’ Featured More Prominently in 5.7 UI

In an effort to highlight and make 7pace Timetracker contributions more obvious and easier to recognize, we’ve implemented some subtle changes throughout the app’s UI in our 5.7 release.

On the work item form, the “Time” tab has been replaced by the “7pace Timetracker” tab.

In an effort to highlight and make 7pace Timetracker contributions more obvious and easier to recognize, we’ve implemented some subtle changes throughout the app’s UI in our 5.7 release.

On the work item form, the “Time” tab has been replaced by the “7pace Timetracker” tab.

In an effort to highlight and make 7pace Timetracker contributions more obvious and easier to recognize, we’ve implemented some subtle changes throughout the app’s UI in our 5.7 release.

On the work item form, the “Time” tab has been replaced by the “7pace Timetracker” tab.

In an effort to highlight and make 7pace Timetracker contributions more obvious and easier to recognize, we’ve implemented some subtle changes throughout the app’s UI in our 5.7 release.

On the work item form, the “Time” tab has been replaced by the “7pace Timetracker” tab.

In an effort to highlight and make 7pace Timetracker contributions more obvious and easier to recognize, we’ve implemented some subtle changes throughout the app’s UI in our 5.7 release.

On the work item form, the “Time” tab has been replaced by the “7pace Timetracker” tab.

In an effort to highlight and make 7pace Timetracker contributions more obvious and easier to recognize, we’ve implemented some subtle changes throughout the app’s UI in our 5.7 release.

On the work item form, the “Time” tab has been replaced by the “7pace Timetracker” tab.

In an effort to highlight and make 7pace Timetracker contributions more obvious and easier to recognize, we’ve implemented some subtle changes throughout the app’s UI in our 5.7 release.

On the work item form, the “Time” tab has been replaced by the “7pace Timetracker” tab.

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