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Would be great if I could subscribe and get my ryver tasks that have due dates to show up in my calendar program as an ical or other calendar subscription type thing.
Even better would be if those then would have a link that would pull you right to them in the app (web or desktop version).
Unless i am missing something, i can currently add only individuals to a team. In a cross-functional or matrix organization, it means that i will be doing a lot of manual additions, one person at a time. Instead, it will be much easier, and much more reflective of the groups-interacting-with-group picture you had delineated in your product announcement, If i can add a team to a new team.
It will save a lot of manual additions, and not only in the first time. If i later make changes to a team, these changes will be automatically reflected in all teams that include them ;-)
the idea here is that during these 1:1 discussions or posts, items may be identified, they may be tasks, or features, or deliverables, etc. It would be super useful to be able to create a new list during a conversation (through a bot tag #list New Features, etc.) and then during the conversation be able to add items to the list, again through some tag or bot. I say "lists" to keep it generic and leave it to the user community to decide what the lists will do. The lists could evolve, ie assign an item in a list to a person, add a due date, add it to a release (for a feature), etc. Endless productive possibilities. Thanks, D
As the number of users on an account increases, so does the number of open forums.
Allowing team ownership of forums would help organize many forums that may only be relevant to certain teams. Cutting down on the number of forums everyone else must sort through.
we have 300+ people in the organisation and All Hands is getting out of control. We did check with Mim and understood there is no possibility to archive/delete that primary forum.
I suggest to be allowed to archive/delete it as it only takes a couple of weirdos to spam the whole organization and basically lose real man-hours of company time in pointlessly messaging everyone.
Alternatively, it would be nice to be converted to radio station where only admins can drop messages but no one would be able to give replays..would be great for us in IT.
It is nice to have such channel in a small team but with too many people it becomes a trouble...
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