Allow dependencies between Tasks
Sometimes the milestones need to match up with the to-do's and currently the to-do's is just a static list. it would be nice to be able to organize them so they can illustrate a flow. For example, some to-do's need to be done before another can be done, and some to-do's need to be done concurrently.
This is completed and now available as part of Freedcamp Business and Enterprise plans.
Any update on when the task dependencies function will be released?
@Johny - when we raise more capital after launching iOS app, improve retention and improve MRR.
Johny Why commented
When do you expect to have task dependencies available?
Johny Why commented
Also, dependencies between projects.
Also, associate Tasky tasks with Project To-Do's.
This will be most likely to be released as paid module which adds:
- start dates tasks
- % completion
- task dependencies
- Gantt chart
You will be able to select these options when you create a project or set them to be used by default in each new project. This will allow you to have task dependencies but do not have Gantt etc.
Maikol Solís commented
Excellent idea. Please make this happen!
> It would also be nice to be able to tag todo's as some features of a particular section
> only apply if users are logged in/logged out.
Please formulate it as a separate feature request and provide an example. It is hard to track things if each topic comment contains "...and it would also be nice to ...." :) Hope you understand and thank you for a great feedback.
I think Blake (a person who created this topic) wanted to be able to specify TODO dependencies. You create task B and say that it depends on Task A completion. Ability to include TODOs into Milestones is a completely different concept to me.
Sean B. commented
Any ETA? I was about to create a suggestion revolving around how TODO Groups need to be tied to milestones. The nested todo's would be great.
It would also be nice to be able to tag todo's as some features of a particular section only apply if users are logged in/logged out.