I like the solution you’ve created. We have the foundation of our back-n-forth comms setup inline - for complex topics/agendas I find it much easier than having separate comments or comment bubbles. I think it’s because visually it helps me to view things in context - like often in the same place structurally as a previous sentence, paragraph, or image - but without disconnecting into a bubble or comment located elsewhere.
We have a decent solution though I’m always thinking if there’s a way to represent who wrote what graphically. Maybe a way to precede text with a user emoji to show who wrote it. But then how to track who read what with multiple users!?
Will it be possible to view and modify the more advanced queries created by AI as texts. I can imagine wanting to make modifications over time where it would be helpful for more advanced users to have see the actual query.
Ok thank you @mdubakov, my suggestion of the feature is here:
Most important I think would be the ability to comment around the resolution, so instead of just clicking “Resolved” the user can see what was done to resolve it, which is very useful. Jira has a feature you can turn on that you may be familiar with which forces a “resolution” to an issue, which is basically just commenting on what was done when something was closed. I think it would be great to have this too, for example the option to force a comment when marking an entity in a “final” stage of workflow.