Version 0.2.5 of Braindump Released

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I am excited to announce the release of version 0.2.5 of Braindump. It has been a while since I have made a new release, but there have been enough new features added over the last few weeks that I felt that it was time! One of the most exciting things about this release is the addition of GitHub OAuth, and full TODO functionality. One of my primary motivations for creating Braindump was to offer a platform for taking actionable meeting notes. We are now pretty close to achieving that goal thanks to the addition of TODOs. You can add TODOs inside a note, mark them as completed, and also view all of your TODOs across many notes. This allows you to keep your notes short and focused while not having to worry about missing a TODO item from some note that you wrote weeks ago.

I am continuously inspired by the response, feedback, and participation that Braindump has received over the last few weeks. The next few releases are going to focus on polishing the UI, making the API more robust, and make it easier to create native apps. My goal for Q1 2016 is to be able to have a native braindump client app available for mobile and desktop.

You can read the full release notes here and you can always use the latest version of braindump on the official site.

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