You can now view a report in Task Rocket
That escalated quickly. You know how sometimes something seems like it would be easy until you actually tackle it? That happened.
Anyway, it’s a few days later than I’d hoped but Task Rocket now has the option to view a site-wide report. Only admins can view a report, although there is also now an option to give all project contributors access.
In this v1.8.1 release:
Dedicated page for projects/tasks report.
Added option to show report link in the main nav to all project contributors.
Tasks can be sorted by due date.
Minor presentation tweaks.
Minor bug fixes.
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