PLAN: Improved UI/UX
We made some improvements to the calendar UI/UX to ensure it matches that of the plan, i.e. the user experience is the same now for both the plan and the calendar view.
More specifically, we made the following changes:
- Click behavior: You only need one click on the calendar instead of a double click to create a new object or to open an existing one.
- Editing and preview: If you click the title of an object, the dialog box allowing you to make edits will open. If you click the bar, however, the preview pop-up will open.
- Preview pop-up: The entire pop-up was redesigned. The preview now contains more information. We also included a three dot menu that gives you the same options you have when clicking the three dot menu in the tree.
ASSETS: Annotations available for users with read-only permissions
If a user has read-only access to assets, they can still make annotations. This means that even though a user does not have editing rights, they can still provide feedback.
TO-DOS: Convert sub-tasks into main tasks
In addition to converting sub-tasks into to-dos, you can now convert them into main tasks. All you have to do is convert a sub-task into a to-do first. Now you open the to-do and select a new context from the “belongs to” field. This will turn the to-do into a main task. Keep in mind that you cannot undo this action.
TO-DOS: Show sub-tasks
You can now change the standard view for subtasks in the settings. This means that, when looking at the To-do tab, you can decide if you want to show or hide all subtasks. The option you select will apply to all users.
TEAM: New handover process
Up until now, you had to reassign all objects assigned to a user to someone else before being able to remove them from an object or a team.
Now you can simply remove a user and reassign their objects later. Once you are ready to reassign some objects, you can use the bulk editing options in the To-do and Grid module. Use the filter to show all objects that were assigned to the person you removed an reassign them in bulk.