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The Kanban (Trello type) view for Tasks is nice when you have only a few tasks. But when you have a lot of tasks, it is sometimes better to be able to switch (whenever you wish) to a Tabular view where you can decide which columns to show and how to sort (similar to Outlook tasks)
Although there are certain tasks that have a deadline, there are many more that don't. When you have only a few tasks, it's easy to prioritize and then work on any of them. However, when you have a lot of tasks, it would be very useful if Ryver let you guesstimate the "Estimated time to Finish" in minutes, hours, days, weeks or months and add it to a task field for that purpose. Then you could sort by that time and quickly pinpoint small tasks that can be finished off quickly, helping you to reduce the quantity of tasks in your list.
This is a feature Slack introduced some time ago. It's a minor thing but I find it to be nice. Emojis have the right size for when you put them together with text. But, sometimes you reply to something just with an emoji. It would be nice to see that one bigger, maybe 2 or 3 times as big as the normal emoji size.
If it doesn't already exist, it would be nice to have a mechanism for quickly showing new Ryver users (web) how to use the system. I'm envisioning overlays that appear the first time a new user logs in to show them key features.
We have found in our group that many new users haven't discovered that the "Open Forums" link is clickable, as surprising as this sounds. As a result, their sidebar isn't populated with forums and they aren't even aware that discussions are taking place all around them.
It would be nice if overlays appeared when they first signed on (or perhaps every time they sign on until they enter a forum) encouraging them to click on the Open Forums list to enter the ones that appear interesting to them. Once they do this, perhaps another overlay could appear to point out how the forum is now in their sidebar and how it will change color when new content appears.
The Post Stream is great, but there are plenty of times, as a manager, I want to catch up on the discussions across ALL teams (not just the posts). I would love to be able to drop into a Discussion Stream and watch a collective stream of all discussions in all teams I'm a part of. I could then click on an entry/line and reply to it from this stream. My reply would appear in the correct team discussion, and I could then resume my reading.
When I'm away for a time, having to click into all the separate teams I'm apart of to catch up is...tedious.
The search feature currently searches the "Role" field of people's profiles, but it does not search the "About me" field. It would be useful to search the "About me" fields in order to search for expertise within my organization: e.g., if someone enjoys a certain hobby or knows a certain programming language.
Currently, tasks on their task page do not show the time of day. The page only show the month, day, and the year (e.g. 9/28/2018).
Considering how forum posts do show the time of day at which a post was created, this seems reasonable to add. Even when you mark a task as completed, it will tell you the time of day at which the task was completed.
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