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I would like to see an integrated print option when viewing a task from the desktop app, something similar to the small print button you see when viewing a workspace would be ideal. It seems as if it is currently not possible to print a task and its details/comments etc. I understand that ctrl+p works from the browser application but this doesn't seem to work from the desktop app.
When moving between views, its not uncommon to need to move to the previous view.
ex: Open workspace, click tag, need to return to original workspace.
We need a back button (and/or key combination) to allow us to move to the previous view(s). Re-traversing the workspace menu over and over gets very inefficient!
Redbooth is a GREAT app for project & tasks management, but the weakest part for us, which is a great failure in our point of view, is the chat.
We must use Slack or Skype to have decent conversations, 1 to 1 or for project, as:
- You can't share and keep documents on conversations (at least on 1 to 1)
- You don't have "screens" to keep separated from the main RB app, as for example Skype has.
- The UI from the chat is small, limitated and seems to be "an add-on" to RB, not something fully integrated.
Having a powerfull chat system would be an AWESOME improvement, as a team will be able to have everything in one place/app.
Desktop direct message notifications are great! But what if I step away for a cup of coffee for a second and come back to my screen. The notification is gone, and nothing is telling me "hey you missed that message". Is there a way to use the OSX dock icon badge to let us know we missed one?
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