Just a quick note that Knotler login is operational again.
Thank you all for your patience and for continuous use!
We have revamped list option panel. Click the new "More Options" link to reveal two new options: Email Item List and Change List Password.
Email Item List
There is a number of uses for this feature. You can use it to send your item list to your handset or PDA for "offline" viewing.
Or you can set up an "Email to SMS" forwarding at your cell phone provider's site.
Change List Password
Ok, we admit this feature should have been here right from the start. But [here comes the cliche] nobody's perfect.
Use it to set, change or remove password from your list.
Here's another batch of fixes and tweaks:
These excellent features were suggested by Knotler users. We will do our best to make sure at least some of them see the light as soon as possible.
We have been receiving vast amount of feedback on various topics lately. Thank you all!
However there are two issues that clearly stand out from the rest: iPhone usage and lack of SMS. Let me address them here one by one:
Some iPhone users have reported that text in Knotler is too small to read on its screen. The trouble is that since I live in Europe Steve does not think I'm worthy enough to have it. And frankly speaking I'm not too psyched up the device to go through all the eBay and unlocking hassle.
However I will try to do my best to make necessary adjustments as outlined in this Apple document. (kindly suggested by Knotler visitor)
I would also appreciate if some iPhone user with a bit of spare time on his/her hands would volunteer to help me in ironing out iPhone support (preferably with access to ICQ, MSN or Skype). Just leave a comment on this post if you would like to help.
Sending and receiving your shopping lists via SMS was the feature we drooled for even before we started developing Knotler. As we though user should be able to add items to lists by sending SMS. He/she should also be able to receive complete list via SMS. Much like Google Calendar updates.
However the sad reality is that we're not Google. We don't have neither technical or financial resources to handle SMS infrastructure nor credibility to persuade service providers to give us free SMS.
Some people suggested using Twitter for updates. It's a great looking service but it requires registration to send or receive messages. This solution would violate our unwritten philosophy of not requiring people to register where registration is not absolutely necessary. So it's a NO GO for Twitter-based solution.
Bottom line is that we want SMS no less than you do and we're doing our best to find a free (hey we're not exactly mining gold here) SMS gateway service provider. Any tips would be very appreciated.
First. We've replaced those bulky "instructions" below "Add new item" field with the elegantly rotating nonintrusively short tips.
Second. We've added a keyboard shortcut. Now hiting A or T on your keyboard will focus on item addition field ready to type in.