Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Weekly update (Jul. 24th - Jul. 31st)

Thanks to your much appreciated feedback, we're doing our best to continuously improve ZenBudget.com. During the last few days we've worked on improving the interface and fixing some of the issues you've reported. Among the changes, most notable are:
  • Caching of various page components for further speeding up the website
  • Improved the transactions and accounts interfaces by displaying the information using different colors for income and spendings
  • Improved the accounts tree readability by increasing the subaccounts' indentation
  • Fixed the preferences remembering bug, experienced by 1st time users – right after registration, the preferences (date format, currency) were reset to the defaults
  • many other small changes that will make your life easier ;)
Greetings go to adizda, atryx, muqker, neo & seca for all their help so far. Thanks, guys!

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

ZenBudget.com is launched

Go ahead, take a look! If you find it usefull you may already sign up for your free account. There are still some missing or incomplete parts (of which, probably, the documentation/help system would be the next major milestone to be met), but the core of this service is up an running – and we hope, usefull.
What should you expect from ZenBudget in the next few months?
  • Better usability
  • An increased collection of reports
  • Improved documentation
  • New features (recurrent transactions, email reminders, import scripts from other apps)
  • Some nifty gadgets & widgets for Mac OS, Vista, Google & whatever else might catch our attention.
Have fun using it!
ZenBudget Team

Monday, July 16, 2007

ZenBudget.com official blog launched

This is the official blog of ZenBudget.com, your personal finance management application.What is ZenBudget.com? Stay tuned as we expect a quiet launch on July, 23rd. There won't be a lot of buzz around it for a while as we're continuously trying to improve some of its core features, but all you close watchers will be able to sign up and start using it around that time. What should you expect from this blog? New features and misc announcements and – hopefully not too many – downtime/maintenance status reports.