Inline issue editing within list view/custom query
Added by James Robertson over 11 years ago.
Updated 8 months ago.
It would be very helpful to be able to edit issues directly within the issue list view.
For example, if the Priority column is included in the issue list/custom query, as user could directly edit the priority of a particular issue, perhaps by double-clicking on the priority of that issue and being presented with an, inline, drop-down.
This would allow for quickly updating various aspects of several issues, without having to "go into" each - which can be quite painstaking process and a confusing one if several people are involved/watching at once.
Did you know there is a right-click contextual menu on issue list (and also in issue's subtasks and related issues lists)?
Yes, thanks Etienne. Although I usually use it for bulk editing and hadn't thought about it for quick-edits on individual tickets.
Can you edit custom fields from the context menu though? If not, perhaps that should be a separate feature request, which might satisfy this one.
The other thing I like about inline editing is that it's better for when you're working with several people looking at the screen, because it's easy for them to see what is happening.
+1 for this feature. One of my most used features in Rally. Regarding editing custom fields from the context menu - it seems like this wouldn't work for most fields except List type.
- Has duplicate Feature #18564: Quick edit fields (for example estimate hours) in issue list added
Really would like this for the purposes of re-ranking a list. I use a custom field ("Rank") to order my list by priority. It is supremely time consuming to edit each ticket individually when priorities change.
Drag-and-drop Ordering would also be acceptable (#8016 or #9183).
- Related to Feature #8016: Drag-and-drop issue (ticket) ordering added
+1, would be very useful for editing a quick comment per ticket while in lits view, means less going to individual tickets/tabs (which is annoying in big web meetings with delays).
+1, especially for usability in general project management (no extra clicks / browser tabs upon editing custom fields).
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