Bee is getting smarter with each update. In v1.7 Bee now remembers values you type or select in each field during item creation. This makes a huge difference when creating multiple items, or as a way to set up an ad hoc template for your new items.
E.g. If you always create items with a particular assigned user, Bee will remember the assigned user and pre-populate that field for you each time.
Adding to the URL schemes that Bee already supports, there is now a new scheme to integrate Bee search with your favourite tools.
bee://search?query=<URL encoded search query>.
OS X Service
After installing v1.7 you can now select arbitrary text anywhere on your Mac and open it in Bee if it is a valid item identifier. Here’s an example with a JIRA email notification:
The Short List
The Short List lists your Next items as well as the items you’ve worked on recently. You can now adjust this behaviour in Preferences to only include your Next items:
And as always…
Check out the Bee release notes for all the other great features and fixes that made it into this release.
Tuesday May 6, 2014