A place where we can see whats going on with the different users that are responsible for the different todos on diferent projects for a specific group of users (we can call it company/studio too). Giving access to one or more of this users (ie. admin users) to manange and see how the other users are interacting with the diferent projects (timers, toDo in progress, toDo completed, log in/out time info, filter toDo for diferent users, etc)
Having an overview of the work flow would make easier to delegate and organize priorities on the different tasks a company/studio may have.3 votes
Let me ask you what do you want to see so we can at least have some understanding of what is required.
1. It will be a paid add-on. How much you will be willing to pay per user (if per user price) or per month? This is because to provide this service we will have to integrate with services like https://zoom.us/pricing which are not free.
2. Does this article by another vendor lists all you need – http://blog.glip.com/zoom-in-glip? Should I scan it and prepare MVP version and put all other not essential features separately to show you my view?
Please post in comments.
We use these consistently to document API's and other semi-static information. We'd rather not have to go through a bunch of discussions.15 votes
Basically have a cascaded structure for the information as follows:
Right now user assigned option in filter lists all names. If list is long, we will be going to end of the page. Instead we can add scrolling option in the name list & when reloading has done, go to start of the page.0 votes
We will create better interfaceto work nicely with long lists
We're using Xero.com for invoicing and accountancy, but it does not have the work-focused features of freedcamp. We'd love to be able to use freedcamp to record tasks and time sheets, then export global time sheet data into a format that can be imported ino Xero, or even better, have some sort of seamless integration tool so we can just link data across to Xero.0 votes
Capturing and uploading them into wiki or other areas will be usefull.
Ideally a plugin for browsers will solve this.
First capture an image , second upload it to googledrive capturedimages\projectname\ folder third add image with link to image to inline.( maybe there will be an option to select image or thumbnail size , and show type; normal , lightbox ... )0 votes
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