Going through and updating status of ideas according to our new way of working. New process works as follows:

1. When you post a new idea that we consider valid, we will label it 'Open to vote for', so that it can be shared with other users and start gathering votes
2. Ideas that are support-related, already exist in some manner or non-implemented ideas that are older than a year and that have not gathered enough votes will be Archived.
3. We keep some older ideas that we think are in line with something we are planning otherwise or that have gathered enough votes.
4. If there are duplication of ideas, we may archive one of them and keep another which can continue to gather votes.
5. Ideas that we are planning to implement will be moved into the category 'Accepted'

Comments (3)

Great idea. As an example a workspace that implements a new software is unique enough where it can't be template, but parts of a software implementation like SSO (single sign on) will be used with this software. The PM would go to make a new board and pick new board from template and choose SSO.

Yes, great idea! Functionality where I could create new boards based on any template would support most of my use cases. I use the boards for complex installations of software, with detailed checklists included. Since it the checklists and cards with checklists depend on software version, this would enable me to create new boards within a project, based on a latest template. Now I have to create a new project for each new version, resulting in too many projects. It would suit better as new boards within a single project.

Going through and updating status of ideas according to our new way of working. New process works as follows:

1. When you post a new idea that we consider valid, we will label it 'Open to vote for', so that it can be shared with other users and start gathering votes
2. Ideas that are support-related, already exist in some manner or non-implemented ideas that are older than a year and that have not gathered enough votes will be Archived.
3. We keep some older ideas that we think are in line with something we are planning otherwise or that have gathered enough votes.
4. If there are duplication of ideas, we may archive one of them and keep another which can continue to gather votes.
5. Ideas that we are planning to implement will be moved into the category 'Accepted'

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