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The calendar date picker should have a reminder option for each task if not actioned by the date.
The reason is, once a task is closed from the dashboard and sent away, it is relied on the assigned person to attend to. If that person fails to action the task and it is closed, I find it very hard to keep track and the jobs get lost and unhappy clients.
Maybe we can have a 'notifications' with alerts or something to this degree like CRM's have?
Not everything that needs adding to the calendar is a task. It would be really useful to have the choice (through a drop down menu) of adding an event or adding a task
Currently, the calendar report shows tasks on the calendar the day they are scheduled without regard to the start date or completion date. If would be better if they were displayed on the calendar with a span beginning with the start date and ending with the due date. In additional, an iCal export feature for Outlook, Google, Apple would be ideal.
Integrating google calendar with RB allows us to see our tasks but currently it doesn't allow us to see the subtasks assigned to us. I know assigning Subtasks is a new feature so I'm hoping that this is already on the works, and if it's not, I'm hoping that this can be integrated.
First - thanks for making it so we can view tasks in the Calendar!
As for the request, it would be helpful if we could CTRL select multiple users. Right now, to my knowledge, I can only search one user or all users. I'd like the ability to drill down the facets to only a couple users. Thanks!
We've now added the ability to select and view multiple users in the Calendar view.
Let us know how you like it!
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