We just released Sprint 42 to production. This includes:

  • Dashboard: The “On track” table on the dashboard now correctly sorts the listed companies, placing the user’s own company at the top. This improvement ensures a more intuitive and personalized view of company performance.
  • Roadmap: Action tiles on the roadmap now display and allow editing of the due date. This feature provides users with better control and visibility over their action timelines.
  • Roadmap: Saved emissions are now counted in the year of the due date, if available, or when the action is marked as done. This change ensures accurate tracking and reporting of emissions, aligning with the specific timeline of actions.
  • Action: Subtasks can now have a due date, enabling users to assign and manage deadlines for individual subtasks within an action. This enhancement enhances task management and improves overall efficiency.
  • Dashboard: We have introduced a new view called the “Action Tracker” on the dashboard. This view displays all actions and subtasks that are assigned to someone or have a due date. Additionally, we have added a filter to show only the user’s own actions. The actions are presented in a scrollable list, replacing the previous quarterly view. This new view provides a more comprehensive and user-centric approach to action tracking.
  • Dashboard: The reduction path graph on the dashboard now includes an average line that considers the total CO2e budget. This addition provides users with a visual reference point for assessing their progress against the overall emissions reduction target, enhancing strategic decision-making.

We just deployed Sprint 41 to production. This includes:

  • Action: We have added the ability to set a due-date for actions, allowing users to better manage and track their task deadlines.
  • Action: You can now easily disable estimates for saved emissions CO2e by simply toggling a button. This feature gives users more flexibility in how they handle and display emissions estimates.
  • Roadmap: We have slightly redesigned the action tiles on the roadmap. They now display the progress of subtasks, providing a clearer overview of the task completion status.
  • Dashboard: We have reworked the reduction path graph on the dashboard. It now includes a target line and data labels that show both the target and actual reduction in percentage, giving users a visual representation of their progress towards their sustainability goals.
  • Tooltips: We have introduced a new tooltip design that works seamlessly on different backgrounds. This improvement enhances the user experience by providing relevant information and explanations when hovering over elements.
  • Calculations: We have made changes to how target emissions are calculated. Previously, we subtracted the yearly emission target from the previous year’s emissions. However, we have now updated the calculation to be always based on the base year, aligning with the standards set by SBTi (Science Based Targets initiative).
  • Performance: We have optimized the Insights view for large holdings, resulting in significantly faster loading speeds. Users can expect a roughly 10x improvement in loading time, enhancing the overall performance and usability of the software.

We just deployed an sprint 40 to production. This includes:

  • Action: Persons can be assigned to subtasks. The assignee will be informed via email.
  • Dashboard: We added a on-track table to the dashboard that shows how a company peforms against its targets. For holdings, this also shows all subsidiaries.
  • Dashboard: We shipped a first iteration of the reduction path graph. It now splits actual from target data by the use of color. The lower part with mirror costs was removed. The bars have hard edges to be more visually comparable.
  • Dashboard: Reduction tile can show an average if reduction path is not constant.