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Project templates (Feature #941)
Hi! One feature that IMHO's missing in CP is the hability to create pre-defined issues for a new project (think of a template).
Because in my case (and I think most of designers and developers' cases), many issues are common among all my projects, such as Briefing, contract meeting, review, validation, etc.
Is there a way of doing so, and if not, anyone willing to develop that??
Thanks, and sorry for the poor english!
- you need different tracker types called briefing, contract meeting, etc., containing custom fields?
- you want to book a time entry with such of those activities to a single issue?
- you mean, you want a project template with a bunch of predifined issues all tight together, you can find in some project management tools.
As a result you have a small standard project plan (Gantt-Chart)
Here is a PDF of Merlin software with a some standard issues to express the last point see Client-Website.pdf
- File Client-Website.pdf added
Hey, Markus, I think that's my case: a project template with a bunch of predifined issues all tight together.
In my quest trying to find that function (after posting on CP site), a friend told me in Facebook that he uses the Admnistrator "copy project" function.
He creates a series of templates for his commons tasks, named "AATemplate Webdesign" (for instance), and then he only hits the button "copy" everytime he wants a new project with all those settings predefined.
And I think it'll work for me!
But anyway, if one of you guys would like to create a "template" function, it'd be awesome for everyone (like me) that haven't found this "little trick" yet.
Thanks a lot for the quick response!
I've edited the title of the issue to (I think) better reflect your intention. The best way to do this today is indeed to have a dummy project and to copy it as needed.
A little side-note: please only set the target version if you can commit to supply code until then, thanks.
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- Subject changed from To-do list (pre-defined issues) to Project templates
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