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Keeping up on what's going on

Basecamp has lots of ways to keep you informed about what's going on in your projects!

Progress

Your Progress page is a timeline of all the activity in your projects. Progress It's updated in real time, and contains info about new posts, new projects, edits, deletions, and so on. Scroll back through Basecamp history to see everything in the order it happened. Timeline

Latest project updates

When you look at a project, you'll see the last three updates right at the top. Updates Click "See all updates" to get the full history of your project. You can scroll all the way back to the beginning! Scroll

Catch up

You can see day by day history on the Catch up page. Click into that project, then on the "Catch up" link, top right. Catch up You'll see the day-by-day activity – who contributed, what was added, what was updated ... Current events ... and the minute-by-minute history. Minute by minute

You can see each person's activity history too!

Everything

The Everything page gives you a breakdown of all the items in your account. Everything It’s especially useful for those times when you know a file was uploaded, or a discussion was going on, but you don’t remember which project it was in! The everything page

See how we built the Everything page.

Daily recap

Basecamp will send you an email, once daily at 7 a.m. The Daily Recap contains all the updates for all your projects. Sign up on your Settings page. Daily Recap

Item history

Each item has its own history. You can see who created it and when, and who made any edits. Item history

RSS Feeds

RSS feeds let you see the latest updates in a project from a feed reader. Each project has its own authenticated RSS feed. You can find it at the bottom of each project page. RSS You'll need a program that can read authenticated RSS feeds to read your Basecamp updates. On a PC you can use Feed Demon. If you're using a Mac, you can use Net News Wire. If you want to get upates on your iPad, you can use Feed Hopper.

Outlook and Google Reader do not support authenticated feeds at this time.