Updated Unfuddle ONE: multi-line drag and drop and more

Today, Unfuddle ONE got a few updates that are worth sharing.

Unfuddle ONE: multiline tasks and code blocks

First off, tasks are now multiline. This means that when a task is defined, its contents flow to the next task, milestone or section definition (formerly called Bookmarks – see below). This enables some cool functionality such as vertical dragging and dropping in taskboards. Now, when you drag a task between columns or up and down within a column, the task and its contents (the following lines) are all moved automatically within the document. Go ahead and give it a try!

We have also introduced a new code block syntax that supports highlighting for JavaScript, CSS, HTML, Ruby, PHP, CoffeeScript, C/C++, XML and JSON, with more to come. This should make code easier to identify within your Unfuddle ONE pages. Start a code block using 3 equal signs followed by a mime type. End a block using 3 equal signs alone on a line. For example:

=== text/html
<p>hello world!</p>
=== application/ruby
def do_something_cool
  puts 1234.to_s

Further additions include:

  • Tasks can now have an optional id or name associated with them to ease recognition. Instead of using the standard [-] syntax, you can also use the optional [#id] syntax, where “id” is any number or name that you choose to give to the task. This is great for importing numbered tasks from other project management systems.
  • Bookmarks are now being called Sections.

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