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It will be great if Redbooth will support RTL alignment.
Since we submit most of our tasks in Hebrew, it's sometimes very confusing to read them since the text aligned to the left.
Thanks for your feedback and thanks for being great Redbooth customers.
In the next couple of months, we're focusing our roadmap on enhancing task management capabilities with features like assignable subtasks and new, customizable reports.
We'll update the status of this idea if we're able to add RTL alignment to our roadmap. In the meantime, the Chrome plugin that Yaron suggested is a great workaround.
In an effort to "Kill E-mail" through Redbooth, I'd like to be able to email external non-users from within a task. More specifically, we manage hundreds of tasks that hinge on external users, none of whom use or need to use Redbooth the way we do. I need to track the emails sent to these users in order for me to close out the task. Currently, I send an email, copy the email, then paste the email to the comment box within Redbooth. This way, over the life of a project, I can see the entire task related thread of conversation (some of our tasks last a more than a year). Wouldn't it be great if Redbooth could link to your gmail to allow you to send a new email from within a task to an external user?
Currently the only way to view total hours per task list is adding them up manually in the Time Tracking Reports - not ideal.
It would be great to have hours logged at the top of each task list - or at least an option in the Time Tracking Reports to view by Task List.
As well as this to see hours logged per task would be very handy when billing out work for that task.
It seems that all this information is already available but it is about placing it elsewhere on the system.
I really want to be able to bring my customers and clients into Redbooth. But, I can't. The reason is... I can't set permissions for External Users, or Participants. They see too much information and get access to the entire enchilada in my workspace. Private info and all. Now, I know what you are going to say... just set the conversations you don't want them to see as PRIVATE. ... well, my response to that is no way! What a pain. I would rather not set dozens of tasks to private and have special invitations to clients and team members. It should have an option for permissions. Take a look at other PM softwares that have this built in. Teamwork for example does a great job at this. I won't leave Redbooth... but i need this option.
It would be extremely helpful to be able to color code or add keywords to tasks. This could be used to tie a task to a customer, department, stage, etc. We like the Redbooth interface very much but it's one of the few task management tools I've seen not to support color coding and/or keywording of tasks.
Sometimes you have a task that requires another one to be completed before it can start. It would be great to be able to see those dependencies in Redbooth.
Show task in "My tasks" by start date, not due date, so that users are reminded to begin the task on the specified date, rather than relying on mental reminders to begin prior to the due date.
I would like to be able to compile a report based on Tags, and specifically resolved Tasks that have certain Tags.
For instance, our content writers have the goal of X (let's say 50) unique content pieces per month. However, along the way to completing one content piece, several other tasks are created and resolved. So, if I look at a report and see that they completed 23 tasks in the content Workspace, in reality they may have only written 18 pieces of content (and there were 5 tasks needed for our graphic designer or pricing analyst or...).
But, if I could build a report based on the Tag "Published" or some such Tag, then I could search for the following in my report:
1. Resolved tasks
2. With Tag "Published"
3. By user or users
This would show me an accurate picture of how many content pieces are actually going live on our website. Let me know if I can clarify anything, and thanks!
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