We are using Calendar events to setup and manage working hours by user and it will be very helpful if we can retrieve all these informations from REST API in order to generate accurate reporting.28 votes
Note: The original description was edited by Fredcamp staff
Possible hints we can provide here such as:
- closing a task when all subtasks are completed
- closing subtasks when a task is closed
- changing start due dates for subtasks when higher level (sub)task is changed to match deadlines for a parent task.
Ideal implementation will be to show a prompt once and if you say 'Yes' Freedcamp will start doing this action every time.
You can go to Settings somewhere in Tasks and change these prompts to stop doing auto changes or ask you every time.27 votes
It would be nice if custom fields will also visible in Android/IOS Applications18 votes
It would be great if we could create a series of tasks that are scheduled sequentially one after the other. In our projects we have repetitive tasks that get triggered from one task or event (i.e. trigger event: Meeting, tasks associated with the trigger: prepare agenda, submit presentation, create meeting minutes, etc.). We now have to create them all individually.4 votes
Have you ever used or considered to use Zapier? Will you be willing to use another service to automate workflow in Freedcamp? We may not have all that is required but adding Zapier triggers and actions is much simpler since we already have Zapier integrations.
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It would be great if I could create a recurring project that is due every month for instance a monthly reconciliation project or monthly reports project.5 votes
Collapsible sub tasks like Smart Sheet style Grid View with multiple column visible (Right now you loose all the column views). Right now once you collapse you won't be able to see the columns other that the task title.7 votes
Please email me a screenshot of you meant.
Is there a way to have replies to an EMAIL IN task append to the original? As it stands, every time someone replies to a group email where the EMAIL IN address is included, it creates a new task. I have clients who do NOT want to use Freedcamp and they ONLY want to use email for communication. I simply add the EMAIL IN name as the "reply-to" when communicating with those clients. However, when they reply it creates a NEW TASK each time. As you can imagine, this is a nightmare. Please advise if there is a different way to approach this or a way to have the replies APPEND to the original task.
Is there a way to have replies to an EMAIL IN task append to the original? As it stands, every time someone replies to a group email where the EMAIL IN address is included, it creates a new task. I have clients who do NOT want to use Freedcamp and they ONLY want to use email for communication. I simply add the EMAIL IN name as the "reply-to" when communicating with those clients. However, when they reply it creates a NEW TASK each time. As you can imagine, this is a nightmare. Please advise if there is a different way…3 votes
In Freedcamp there is only one way to achieve it – ask customers to sign in, disable newsletters and all emails from Freedcamp, confirm email. They will receive email notifications on items you subscribed them to and can reply to those to post new comments. There is no need to login to Freedcamp for them.
You have a CRM, Invoices and project management. However I am still having to use a separate proposal system to send to clients - Qwilr. I am looking everywhere to find something that can handle everything and it just doesn't exist yet. This along with CRM, Invoices, Project management would be the total package.12 votes
There are situations where due to lack of response, passage of time or availability of staff, a task is reduced in importance. It may contain a useful conversation or is worth reviving if input/resource is received.
I can't mark it as completed, don't want to delete it, but do want it out of the immediate to do list.
I'd like to be able to mark it as something like: parked, ideas, on hold, ice box, dusty.7 votes
Sort by category (eg: vendor) and custom field7 votes
Yes please.1 vote
The ability to fyi others in the company about events via a functionality to post a single event to multiple calendars.8 votes
It would be great if you could create a Wiki Template that has all of the customized headers that users should populate when building a wiki page. Right now, I have to copy the headers into new wikis.4 votes
It would be awesome if there was a way that we could set due dates when using the Email-In function.4 votes
Thanks for posting! Will the following text inside the email body
- Create design 10/08/18 <→ 15/08/18
- Implement design 16/08/18 <→ 25/08/18
which will create a task from email with a due date 30 Aug and two subtasks with start/due dates work for you?
I could use a sort of task groups, what do you think?1 vote
KANBAN view display as much details as there are in the LIST view (assignee, due date, priority, date completed)
it would be extremely useful to have the KANBAN view display as much details as there are in the LIST view.
currently on the TASK BOARD, the assignee, due date, priority are shown In the list view and the date completed on subtask is also shown in the list view, but it does not show up on kanban view.
at a minimum, the due date should be on the kanban/sticky note and changed to red in colour when it is past due.33 votes
Have you checked animations in this section?
Please post in comments what is not really shown.
- date completed
- start date
Calendar should offer a true view of recurring tasks. Currently Calendar is only showing the upcoming recurrence meaning if I set a task to repeat from now, every Monday, ending end Oct, when i view Oct calendar, i couldn't see the scheduled recurrences at all.3 votes
What if it is not ending at all and you open a project – do you really want to see 100 tasks with the same title in your project?
A simple way to export and import Wikis would be great to have, as it's already done with tasks. Either selected ones or all within a project.
This would be even more useful, if Markdown gets implemented, as proposed here: https://freedcamp.uservoice.com/forums/126945-suggestions-for-features/suggestions/4631507-markdown-support
The current solution is very unhandy, because Wikis are stored only within the backup file. In order to import a certain Wiki, you have to find the according Wiki file, then copy the html formated text area, create a new Wiki in Freedcamp and paste it there. This is very error-prone and time-consuming.60 votes
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