Hi, I know I’ve discussed this with you guys directly, but it’s such a big point for me I wanted to post here as a separate feature request, I hope this is a good place for this comment.
I have multiple instances where I am seeing the need to have entities in a few places in Fibery, most readily with multiple types applied. Here are some examples:
Idea entity. This is an item of any sort my team will quickly put into Fibery, such as “let’s explore partnership x,” “Run through of server set-up,” or “Add new pricing tier.” These ideas should be grouped into the areas they belong - so “partnership” or “Infrastructure,” which I’d have as types.
Website feature entity. This may belong to a part of the website platform, say FrontEnd, which would be a type, but also to a Project Type that is being built out to create the Feature.
I commented in the thread on tagging, but I really don’t think tags make sense given the great flexibility we already have with Fibery. I’ve always found tags/labels a weak point of other apps - they can’t be organized into hierarchy, don’t usually have any metadata and are hard to report on. With Fibery, we have the types which can serve the main purpose of tags, but bring true structure to the work in Fibery.
If I’ve missed something here and you can actually add multiple types to entities, I would love to hear how. And if this is a fundamental piece of the Fibery philosophy and is not allowable for a reason, I’d be glad to hear about that as part of my continuing Fibery education.
Thanks as always guys!