New in Basecamp: Sort the Message Board

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Basecamp 3’s Message Board is a central place for your team to post updates and gather feedback on the record. It’s great for announcements, internal pitches, and just bouncing ideas back and forth. Since Basecamp 3 first launched, the Message Board has been sorted so new posts appear at the top with older ones below.… keep reading

The next big jump in Basecamp accessibility!

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How we made the Basecamp 3 Jump Menu accessible The Basecamp 3 Jump Menu Earlier this year I wrote about How we stopped making excuses and started improving Basecamp’s accessibility. Accessibility improvements in Basecamp 3 have come in two ways: All new features we’ve shipped over the past year and a half have been designed and… keep reading

Basecamp is hiring a data analyst

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Come work with us! Basecamp is hiring a data analyst to help us make better decisions in all areas of the business. This includes everything from running A/B tests with statistical rigor to forecasting revenue for the year to tracing performance problems to analyzing usage patterns. We’re looking for an experienced candidate who’s done similar work… keep reading

Basecamp 3: New feature round-up

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Summer is winding down, kids are back in school and the Basecamp team has a fresh batch of updates to share. Here’s a quick look at some recent improvements that are available right now in all of your projects. Getting over the hill Hill Charts are a completely new way to track progress and a Basecamp… keep reading

What’s New in Basecamp 3.9.3 for iOS

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The newest release introduces a brand new tab along with improvements to searching, navigation, and for people who have multiple accounts. Get it for iPhone and iPad in the App Store today. Read-on for details about what’s new… New Me tab! We know that My Assignments is one of the most popular screens in Basecamp on all… keep reading

New in Basecamp: See where projects really stand with the Hill Chart

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For years we’ve used Basecamp To-Dos to track all of our design and programming work here at Basecamp. They help us make sure that nothing slips through the cracks. However, for some projects, tracking to-dos isn’t enough. When you have dozens or hundreds of tasks, you need a way to see the bigger picture. Is… keep reading

Protect your Basecamp login with Google’s two-factor authentication

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Using SMS as a second security factor for signing into web applications is no longer recommended by security experts. Therefore we will be ending our homegrown SMS verification program on July 2nd, 2018, and switching to Google’s state-of-the-art Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) system. Moving forward, if you want to secure your Basecamp account with 2FA, you’ll… keep reading

Heyyy … Improved Hey! in Basecamp 3 for Android

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Ping and Message excerpts, image previews, and grouped Campfires make catching up with Basecamp a breeze. There’s a new Hey! screen design in Basecamp 3 for Android. Hey! is already pretty good on Desktop and Web. Currently you get a chronological list of unread Campfires you’re following and discussions you’re part of. On Mobile, however, you’re… keep reading

Highrise is back with Basecamp

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Welcome home! In 2014, Highrise was spun off as a separate (but wholly-owned) company from Basecamp. Last year it celebrated its tenth anniversary in business. And this year it’s moving back in with Basecamp. In some ways, it’s like it never left. While Highrise operated as an independent company under Nathan Kontny as CEO, Basecamp’s… keep reading