Many-times habits now support goals. Previously, Lunatask considered many-times habits complete when there was a single activity tracked. This is now fixed and you can set the goal so the app won’t consider the habit as complete until the specified number of activities has been tracked in the period.
Many-times habits now support scheduling. You can now set multiple times of day on many-times habits, so the habit shows up in the calendar every day at set times and you get a notification for each occurrence.
The template new journal entries are initialized with can now be customized. In the template, you can ask yourself questions you’d like to answer in each entry or remind yourself of things not to forget to enter into your journal.
Added support for connecting iCloud, Fastmail, and any other calendar supporting CalDAV protocol
Notes can now be shared publicly on the internet by creating a public link and sharing it with friends, colleagues, etc. Opening the link will allow anyone to see the read-only version of the note in their browsers.
The formatting toolbar was added to notes, journal entries, and task descriptions
The right-click context menu on tasks now supports bulk operations for updating status, motivation, priority, and moving selected tasks between lists
You can now set a start/end date for repeating tasks
When a habit is scheduled by setting the time of day in habit settings or by dragging the habit onto the calendar, the time is now shown as well on the habit itself in the habit tracker (and in red if the time is in the past). Also, the menu badge will not count in the habit until the specified time has passed as the habit is not actionable until that time.
The first link found in task descriptions is now extracted and a button to quickly visit the link is shown on the task itself in the list. The link extraction can be disabled in settings. Note that the link won’t be extracted retroactively for existing task descriptions. You will have to modify the existing task description somehow first.
You can now save a note as a Markdown file to your local file system
It is now possible to Shift+Click to select a range of tasks
The Linux version is now distributed also as AppImage, not just Snap
Repeating tasks now use a new engine to calculate dates of occurrences as the previous one had issues in some cases. Let us know if you notice any issues with scheduling repeating tasks after the update.
Fixed creating notes for repeating events coming from the Outlook calendar
Fixed a regression causing weekly habits to ignore changes of the week start day setting
Fixed the calendar not returning back after scroll properly between midnight and 1AM
Fixed the calendar sometimes creating white duplicate events while dragging and ending up in a broken state
Fixed "Copy All as Markdown" right-click menu option of the editor containing backslashes for empty lines when copied
Fixed the browser bookmarklet not creating clickable links in task descriptions. Please, delete your existing bookmarklet and create a new one to get this fixed.