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Nov 6, 2018

Use Different Timezone for Each Cron Job

Instead of using timezone from your EasyCron account for all cron jobs, from now on you may specify different timezone for each cron job.

We've just added two options that allow you to choose if you want to use the global timezone (the timezone from your EasyCron account) or specify a particular timezone for your cron job:

Specify different timezones for each of your cron jobs

In our API, associated methods (Add and Edit) also got two additional parameters (timezone_from, timezone) that implement this new feature.

To avoid confusion, all places (logs, failures, test run page, etc.) on our site showing date and times consequently have a timezone abbreviation appended:

Times Displayed with Abbreviation Timezone Names

Allowing specifying cron job timezone individually greatly improves the usability of our service in many use scenarios. Hope that you'll like it.

Nov 3, 2018

EasyCron New UI Launched

We're proud to say that recently we launched an entire new UI with functionality updates.

The front end of our site is now neat and could be loaded faster.

EasyCron New Front End

The back end also got a complete rebuild. Users can now easily click into category of "enabled", "disabled" cron jobs, or a particular group of cron jobs easily from the home page's left sidebar. In the cron job list page of any category or group, you may navigate cron jobs by page, search/reorder cron jobs. These new functionality and flexibility will greatly help you find and configure your cron jobs.

EasyCron New Back End

Our whole site (including front end and back end) is mobile friendly now. We introduced all necessary responsibility technologies to make the site look and work perfectly in mobile devices (from small screen cellphone to medium screen Xpad and large screen desktop).

EasyCron New Mobile Front End

EasyCron New Mobile Back End

Stay tuned, more exciting updates are coming :)