Feature #31612

Show Project Custom Field in Issue List

Added by Tom el Safadi over 3 years ago. Updated over 3 years ago.

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Description

It should be possible to display project custom fields in the issue list.
For example one of our custom fields is called "Client". We wish to display the "Client" as a column in the issue list. This is a very important feautre and I wonder why it is not possible yet. We have hundreds of projects and we need to be able to see at the first glance to which client the project belongs. Multiple projects may be for the same client.

We know it is possible to add this cusom field to the issue itself and then it is possible to be displayed in the issue list. However, this is a lof of effort/repetition to add it to every single issue. Also if the user that opens the ticket writes the name of the client different than some other user, there will be some confusion.

This is a highly wanted feauture by all our employees and I am sure that other people would be happy to see it in Redmine.

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#1 Updated by Carlos Hernandez over 3 years ago

Tom el Safadi wrote:

It should be possible to display project custom fields in the issue list.
For example one of our custom fields is called "Client". We wish to display the "Client" as a column in the issue list. This is a very important feautre and I wonder why it is not possible yet. We have hundreds of projects and we need to be able to see at the first glance to which client the project belongs. Multiple projects may be for the same client.

We know it is possible to add this cusom field to the issue itself and then it is possible to be displayed in the issue list. However, this is a lof of effort/repetition to add it to every single issue. Also if the user that opens the ticket writes the name of the client different than some other user, there will be some confusion.

This is a highly wanted feauture by all our employees and I am sure that other people would be happy to see it in Redmine.

Totally agree with the partner

I have noticed the same lack of this information when viewing the list of requests, it is key that the name appears, for example when exporting the list

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