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If I'm looking a template task item, I'd like to be able to see that a comment has been submitted there. It may not be due for a week or more, and the comment may only be about this particular project (and doesn't need to go on the template itself). I can easily just check off the item as a standard task since I don't know that a comment has been left there.
Since Tasks are often generated from Conversations and Notes, it'd be helpful to have the ability to create Tasks from any part of a Conversation or Note in addition the current ability to convert an entire Conversation to a Task. ...maybe even highlighting text within and creating a Task from that.
Hi! Im Pablo. I want if it is posbile to add in format comments and evento in task the Strike/DEL. Strikeout is a typographical presentation of words with a horizontal line through their center, resulting in
I think it will be simple and it will be add a new format on task writing.
It would be nice to be able to turn off email notifications on tasks/workspaces on the weekend or on vacation. Could you select days of the week/times for updates and/or create a "vacation mode"?
It will be useful to be able to have the task in a single window (without the part of the left column with other information of the other tasks of the Workspace).
Thus, I will be able to reduce the size of the window task as small as I need it. (I wanted to write a comment seeing another document. So I need to be able to have it small in order to see both windows).
Also, I could not write this comment from the MAC redbooth desktop application.
It would be a good feature, when adding multiple assignees, to have the option to require all of them to mark it as complete before the task is complete. For example, if the task is for 10 people to complete a survey, the task is not complete until all of them have done it.
I've got a screenshot example of this attached as an example; bear in mind it's quickly done with faded shapes over the text making it slightly harder to read. And colors could all be custom choices by hexadecimal color-picker . . .
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