Improved UX for project archiving
Update: The updates mentioned in this post have now been deployed.
Task Rocket 4.7.6 will launch this weekend with a few minor updates, including a significantly improved user experience for archiving projects.
In the GIF below you can see archiving a project no longer reloads the entire page, and instead the project immediately switches to an archived state and is also removed from the left navigation pane at the same time. You can also un-archive in the same manner.
This will be good news for those who (rightfully) found the existing method too cumbersome when there are lots of projects listed on this page.
Also included in the forthcoming update:
- New presentation option to allow natural order of pages.
- New option to prevent clients from deleting tasks (Client Control add-on).
You should get a WordPress update nag sometime this weekend, so stay tuned.
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