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I'm new here, so if these questions are stupid, please ignore it. :)
1) Is it possible to increase the timeline end date? Today, the timeline shows only one year ahead.
2) How can I set the tasks dependencies? Is it available only to pro accounts?
Those are valid questions.
Timeline end date is 1 year, and task dependencies are features of the Pro and Business plans.
Ability to view subtasks by expanding right in the main task list view. Having to always click into a task to view it wastes valuable time.
The best thing is to provide more insight into tasks faster and easier. The idea to allow expansion and viewing subtasks in the main task list view is to zoom into detail and zoom out to macro scale of the project easier and quicker. Management of the project is about a constant big picture workflow management and small tasks management at the same time.
Being able to assign sub-tasks to individuals is key for this to continue to work for our organization.
Hi Brent, Redbooth offers assignable subtasks on our Business plan. Have you taken a look at Business plan yet? Happy to show you around. Just reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Copy button to copy the content of last or any message in the task and paste it into the reply text-field as quotation with indetnation (usign "> " symbol).
- Paste any text as quotation being copied to clipboard before from any source (email etc).
This will improve replying to chosen parts of content.
--- Example ---
> hello John, how is your task going?
it's fine, tomorrow will be done
> can we have a converstion afterall?
sure, whenever you like
--- or even like this ---
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