I need it, as a minimum, to be able to manage (read, update, create, delete) tasks for projects and create a new time tracker entry associated to a project. These are the common things I use my phone for when dealing with clients - tasks and logging time on projects.
Oh, and I don't think anyone will use Chat until it either is well done in the mobile app or syncs with/uses Slack.
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Making your way downtown, walking fast, with Indy now in your hand. 📱
We're happy to introduce the first stage of Indy for mobile browsers. Indy is in read-only state on mobile devices for the moment, but we know this feature is important to you and are working to expand our mobile browser offering.
Feel free to leave any feedback in this thread. Mobile is new for us so we'd love to hear how it's working for you. 🙌
Erica Rosas: yay!
I was out and about on Saturday, and was reminded of something that I needed to do on Monday. I was hoping to simply add a task via the Indy web browser on my mobile, however this was not possible. I appreciate focus on desktop web version, but some features would be useful to access 'on the go'.
Just took advantage of the Black Friday promo as the system sounds promising...but it really needs an app. Freelancers are always on the move, makes no sense to not have one.
Is there a roadmap for this?
I was super excited about using Indy, as I’ve gone through a few other apps that didn’t quite suit my needs and Indy seems spot-on…except for being unable to access via mobile, which is where I do a good portion of my work.
Edit: I just searched again for the Indy app on iOS…searching for “Indy” did not bring up the app in the App Store, but searching specifically for “Indy Freelancing Tools” did. Looking forward to trying it out!
Edit 2: Never mind, there is a notification when launching the app that Indy is not actively supporting the mobile app. That’s rather disappointing.
right?! how is this not a thing?
Please tell me if there is an iOS app I really need it for the chat feature.
They do have an app. But its clunky.
Completely agree! I'm actually considering switching platforms just because of this, and also the lack of collaboration with customers on projects