Almost two months ago we released Scheduled, an app that improves connections between people. Schedule your text messages to stay in touch with the ones that matter to you: someone who deserves a kind note, heartfelt birthday wish, or a good luck on their driving test.
Thanks to your input Scheduled is constantly evolving, and now release 1.2 is here! In this version, we focused on translations and an all-new feature to repeat messages.
While Scheduled is useful to anyone, we noticed that the English language is an obstacle to some. We got a lot of requests to translate the app, and your wish is our command: Scheduled is now available in French, Portuguese, Italian, English, Spanish, Chinese and Dutch. Some of our active users were actually a big help in localizing Scheduled. They provided us with translations in their native language, and this user generated translation speeded up the process greatly. With the new languages in the mix, we sincerely hope even more people will enjoy Scheduled.
Repeat your messages
With every new release, we aim to implement as many feature requests as possible. One of the big requests has been to schedule messages better, and to repeat a scheduled message. To accommodate this wish, it’s now possible to repeat messages every day, week, month, year or working day. In the future, we’d also like to implement the possibility to schedule on a human level: not just every day or week, but ‘somewhere’ during the day or week.
Sending your message
Scheduled is all about connecting to people, through your favourite services. We added the share sheet with LinkedIn, Slack, Skype and Trello, so you can also send from those networks now.
Change log 1.2
This version includes the following updates:
- It’s now possible to repeat messages every day, week, month, year and working day
- We added the following languages: Chinese, Italian, Spanish and French
- You will now get a push notification and number indication on your app icon, when a message is planned for the current day
- We added Line Messenger
- It’s now possible to send messages to LinkedIn, Slack, Skype and Trello
If you encounter any issues or require support, please email us at email@example.com. Thanks!
Like to help us translate Scheduled to your language? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.