It was too calm here, but now it is time to shake this space with the new release that includes some loooong-awaited features.
Images on Board View
We tried to implement this feature twice but never succeeded. Finally, it is there. You may see images (uploaded into Files section in an entity) as covers on a Board View. Here is the flow:
- Upload an Image in Files section inside an entity.
- Go to Board View, click Fields and select
Files and mediaas a cover image.
- You may also Fit or Crop images here.
Here are some use cases:
- Collect design references.
- Recognize employees faster.
- Organize idea bank.
Here is the user guide: Show Images as Covers on Cards
Files in Documents, Rich Text Fields and Comments
Finally, you can insert Files into Documents, Comments and other Rich Text fields. Type
/ and select
File command, upload the file. Files in rich text fields are inline elements, so you might insert them inside any text line.
You can also just copy and paste a file from OS or drag and drop it.
Click on a File to open it in a new tab. File size limit is 500Mb.
𝒳 Dynamic values in relation filters
After we introduced relation filters, the most recurring kind of feedback has been “static values only get me so far”. Indeed, often one relation dropdown depends on another one:
- when planning a Story into a Sprint, show only the Sprints of the relevant Team;
- when assigning a person to a Task, show only those who work on the Project;
- when linking a Feature to an Epic, show only the Epics in the relevant Product.
We understood this a while ago and introduced Hierarchical Relations. However, they couldn’t be customized or combined with other relation filters. With this release, we have migrated all the legacy filters to more flexible dynamic values.
In this case, pick a dynamic value marked with
𝑥 instead of a specific Entity. The relation dropdown will adapt as you navigate to different Entities.
We’ve also updated the guide to support dynamic use cases.
With Readwise integration you can sync the books/highlights that you have created in Readwise into Fibery. This allows for a nice flow of capturing thought-provoking digital snippets as you come across them and then being able to revisit them in a Fibery context as needed.
Here is how to enable Readwise integration. Navigate to a Space where you want to have it and click
Integrate. Find Readwise plugin, click it, and follow the steps to install it.
Import your ClickUp views into Fibery
Now you can effortlessly import your ClickUp views into Fibery and see your tasks as you do in ClickUp.
You can choose whether to import or integrate the views during the import or integration process.
Once synced, you can access and work with your ClickUp views directly in Fibery. The View sync utilizes the same filtering and sorting options to ensure the created views are identical to the original ones.
Only the List view is supported in this release, while others are still in development.
Due to ClickUp API restrictions and differences between the systems, there are known issues that you can check in the documentation.
- Timeline: Sorting in lanes doesn’t work in some case
- Live updates: card disappears on board with many-to-many axis
- Live updates: they don’t work for relation filters & sorting
- Export to markdown doesn’t work for docs with nested views
- Error in attempt to add new entity if value used in Relation filter is deleted
- Mention button displayed for urls which can not be actually converted to Mention
- ‘Cannot read property ‘status’ of undefined’ error in AI chat
- Wrong numbers (double increased) is calculated in report-fork sometimes (caused by race condition)
- Add PDF automation action doesn’t work correctly for fibery embedded images from rich fields
- The task tags from ClickUp are imported as a multi-select type rather than as text.
- Task tags in ClickUp are converted to more readable colors.