We are excited to announce that JForce for Joomla 3.2.X will be released on April 14, 2014 EST
After it is released, the download will be available for subscribers with active JForce subscriptions at http://extensiondepot.com/
The new minimum requirements for this version of JForce will be as follows:
Joomla 3.2 and above
PHP 5.3 and above
MySQL 4.1 and above
We are excited to announce that development is underway to update our latest JForce version to be Joomla 3.2.X compatible.
We would also like to announce that we're working on the next major release for JForce, which will include a completely new interface, will integrate with our CRMery component, plugins and much more.
In the meantime, while waiting for the next version of JForce, why not give our CRMery demo a try?
We are pleased to announce the release of JForce 2.5r144 available for immediate download. This version addresses a bug related to the admin panel user edit and deletion. It is a minor release and should upgrade seamlessly.
We recommend all users running Joomla! 2.5 to upgrade their version of JForce to this latest release.
As always, please let us know if you have any questions or comments.
One of the features most requested by our users is advanced reporting. I can't tell you the number of times that someone has asked me if JForce has reporting. I always hate to answer that question. Here's why. JForce as a project management system for Joomla! does not have a dedicated reporting area. We don't have a menu item across the top that says reporting that then links you to a comprehensive list of reports. But I am starting to believe we should.
At this time there are a variety of ways to get information out of JForce and analyze your business and your project statuses. You can easily filter tasks to see completed and uncompleted. You can see coming soon items. You can view all the people on a project and see who has logged in as well as who hasn't. You can look at the project overview and see at a glance the percent completed for each project. And there are other areas where you can take the pulse of a project to see how it is progressing.