A dedicated page for all key user activities aggregated from user selectable “spaces”. What type of activities get listed can be configurable. Any @mentions should be highlighted too in this activity feed.
Yes, if this is not already planned, essential, I agree. Without any “floating box” or other confirmation when an entity is created, this becomes one of the remaining ways to track down that entity if a user is not able to find right away the location of the recently-created entity
I wanted to add to this as it’s a big piece, and I’m thinking about how I’d like to see it as I move forward in Fibery. I wanted to add some details following on @Shafqat_Ullah initial post.
I would love to see it configurable as Shafqat you suggest - have rarely seen that in any app, but it would be a very useful feature. To illustrate this point, look at the activity on Wrike’s forum about a simple ability to sort comments by newest or oldest:
A lot of votes for that feature that Wrike is ignoring!
I’d like to suggest:
- @mentions as Shafqat suggests
- Relations activity - what was related, unrelated
- Automations - when released, add in activity from automations, like “sent to Gmail”
- Time logs - via time tracking extension - another feature I eagerly await - write in the activity log what was actually added in the comments when time was logged. Very useful for Development so a Scrum Master/PO can see what a Developer did when logging time, without having to ask the Developer to artificially post to comments that info without the context of the time tracked.
Hi guys, wanted to flag this one up again. Very curious what @Jean @helloitse @ChrisSparkT @chris.burchartz and anybody else would put this as a priority need. Very large for my team as the Activity feed is a cornerstone of issue tracking software we’ve used (Jira, Clubhouse) and it is hard to manage without it.
Another related feature I’d love to see down the road is this:
@Shafqat_Ullah as the originator of this post, would particular be curious about your views on the usefulness of “toast” pop-ups!
Also cornerstone of good issue tracking apps - it was a key part of Jira and Clubhouse, and ClickUp make great use of it. ClickUp even lets you turn it off and on. When I use Coda or Notion, it’s easy to lose track of what you just did when Rows/Pages can just disappear because they are created instantly when you just move the cursor in a table, but can very easily “disappear” off the screen.
Thanks guys and of course always hopeful to hear from @mdubakov and team with thoughts about this need!
Hi again guys,
Would like to bump this one more time. I am really finding it harder to live without this very essential functionality in any Work Management App. I noticed that we don’t have any response from you guys officially here on what is a very significant post, considering the amount of likes, @Shafqat_Ullah’s credibility as a requestor, and other referenced ideas. I don’t recall seeing this anywhere discussed by you guys on twitter, blog, even Reddit. Would love to find out when you plan it - and I saw “when” as I have to assume it’s not an “if” given the importance here.
And I do want to acknowledge that my earlier comment above:
You knocked out without it really being “formally” requested!
So hoping to get some guidance here, would really help me plan, thanks!