MyObjectives Update:
Release 3.2

In a world where MyObjectives hasn’t had an update in 10 months, a Hero emerges under the name of Release Update 3.2 to fix the issues hidden within!

Our hero, forged in the smoldering embers of failed business attempts, rose above the pall known to his village, and began to spread the way of MyObjectives.
In his teachings he began to find issues that he just couldn’t let go unchanged. Being the hero that he is, he knew he had to do something.
Making changes left and right he valiantly began to morph MyObjectives into a powerful tool. One that would be the savior of business practice.

By the end of these changes, our hero created easy sign-up process, improved progress icons and scale, brought in tasks, and after coming face to face with an army of bugs trying to stop him he moved from Bordering Success to Success!

To this day the tales of our hero is passed on from generation to generation in folk tales and ditties – to let people know the way of the Hero; The way of MyObjectives.

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