You're now able to break dependencies between issues, either via the inline dependency table or the edit issue modal. Simply click the x to the right of the issue and you're good to go.
👍 to Long Filters
Fixed an issue where a filter that spanned more than one line obscured the top of the board or list of issues. Now, your filters can span as many lines as you like!
Easier to change Assignees and Milestones in List View
We've made it easier to click the Assignee and Milestone dropdowns in List View:
Previously, you were able to click on the milestone or assignee to see a list of issues in that milestone or belonging to that assignee. For example, in the above example you used to be able to click April 4 to see a list of issues in that milestone, or to click Kareem to see a list of his issues. You can still do that -- just hold CTRL or CMD and click on April 4 or Kareem to see those views.
Codetree now supports Multiple Assignees. When you add assignees to an issue in Codetree or GitHub, they'll be reflected in the other system.
Fixed an issue with cards with no text
Fixed a issue that was sometimes occurring on Chrome where no text was displayed on cards.
Remove duplicate timeline entries
Occasionally Codetree would show duplicate entries in issue timelines. No longer.
Quicker syncing of labels and milestones
Labels and milestones created in GitHub sync immediately now via their respective web hooks vs. waiting for the hourly refresh.
Switcher bug fixes
Fixed an issue where newly-added issues would show in the switcher but couldn't be opened without first doing a full page refresh.
Fixed an issue where the edit issue modal wouldn't scroll when an issue was opened via the switcher.
Fixes and Improvements
Been hard at work on laying the ground work for a few big things. In the meantime, here are a few of the fixes and improvements we've made recently:
- Fixed a bug where the priority section of the edit issue modal wasn't always redrawing.
- When you move an issue from the Backlog to the ToDo column in board view, the issue would snap back to Backlog. Why? Because issues in ToDo must have a Milestone (if your project is grouped by milestone) or an Assignee (if your project is grouped by Assignee). Now, you see an error message as to why your issue seems to be randomly snapping back:
- Changing labels in the Edit Issue Modal is now snappier than before.
We've changed a few things in the "dependencies table" that you see on an Issue Modal and in the List View.
First, we now show an issue's stage in the deps table. This helps you understand where any dependencies are in your workflow, along with who's assigned and the issue's size:
This article outlines some real-world scenarios that we use dependencies for at Codetree. You might find it helpful to see how dependencies improve the way we build and ship software.
And second, we also now show the GitHub Issues "closed" icon beside closed issues instead of striking them through:
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