"Unscheduled" version on roadmap
It would be nice, if all open issues not assigned to any version were shown on the roadmap, under special version named "unscheduled" (maybe also distinguished with a color or formatting).
This way it would not be necessary to create versions called "Future", "Unassigned" etc - what people are now frequently doing.
#3 Updated by Marcin Kasperski over 9 years ago
That's probably a matter of work habits, but I still feel that it would be nice to see ALL issues on the roadmap. Important for project review for example.
I don't think it makes any harm to show things which need not be implemented. After all, they are to be shown on the very bottom, and under the label which suggests that those are the issues about which no decision has been made so far.
(sorry for answering so late, I did not get the email notification for some reason and just spotted the comments now)
#7 Updated by Andrew Lansdowne about 6 years ago
+1 we rely on the roadmap when organising issues for releases and because target version is optional people often forget to set it and these issues go forgotten until someone checks for unassigned issues and assigns them. I did try making a filter for no target version and it works on one project but not if you share with all projects.
#10 Updated by Jon Brown about 3 years ago
this could be a very useful feature. perhaps not everyone would use it but i would.
This might be aimed at smaller projects with one or 2 people. You could have this as a setable option in the config per project.
you could see at a glance what stuff you have not assigned or what other issues people have logged without the hassle of having to categories them, especially on a friday afternoon when you want to go home.
#13 Updated by Mischa The Evil about 1 year ago
- Status changed from New to Closed
- Resolution set to Wont fix
Robert Schneider wrote:
Not the right concept, IMO. I would close/reject this ticket. A roadmap is a roadmap.
I agree. Also, with the implementation of #1828, it is possible to assign all new issues a default version (like 'Unscheduled'), thus making the functionality requested in this issue obsolete.