Gmail catching up with the IssueTrackerProduct

04 October 2005   0 comments   Web development

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I am aware that I might sound pompous in saying this, but it appears that Gmail is being inspired by the IssueTrackerProduct now that they too have an auto-save function.

The IssueTrackerProduct has had an auto-save feature for several months now and it's been working very well. Perhaps it's been done before and I congratulate those who've done it chronologically before me but hand-on-heart: I have never used website form that has auto-save until I did one for the IssueTrackerProduct.

Now, back to earth and do some work.


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