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It's Alive! ProjectLocker's New User Portal Is Here

After many days and evenings laboring under the hot Georgia sun (and the surprisingly unrelenting Georgia moon), we're proud to present the new portal.projectlocker.com! We've added a number of innovations we think you'll enjoy, including but not limited to:

  • Improved UI - While we've always had strong functionality, we know you've put up with a dated UI for a long time, and we love you for it, but it's time we enter the current decade. Thanks to our friends at Twitter Bootstrap and a substantial amount of elbow grease, we have a UI that should be much easier to use and find your way around.

  • Activity Stream - view a feed of the commits, pushes, and other actions happening on your project in real-time (like a Twitter feed for your project)

  • File Subscriptions - Want to pay special attention to particular files in your project? With file subscriptions, you can get updates whenever anyone makes a change to that particular file.

We're excited to bring you more exciting changes soon, and we'll keep you posted in the blog and newsletter. For now, enjoy, and if you have any questions or problems, just open a ticket with ProjectLocker Support by clicking the Help link and we'll promptly assist.

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More Stories By Damon Young

Damon Young is Director of Sales at ProjectLocker.com. ProjectLocker was founded in 2003 to provide on-demand tools for software developers. Guided by the simple mission of helping companies build better software, ProjectLocker's services have expanded to include services for the complete lifecycle of software projects, from requirements documentation to build and test automation. ProjectLocker serves companies from startups to Fortune 1000 multinationals.