We would like the ability to establish default or role-based configuration of a user's dashboard, so that pre-selected charts are displayed upon login and we don't have to provide instructions to each and every user about how they should set up their dashboard.
One should also be able to configure which areas are expanded or collapsed by default on a user's dashboard page.
At the moment its very easy to flood the 'My Outstanding Work' area of the home page with Items which aren't actually related to the user. It devalues the use of the 'My Outstanding Work' section & over time conditions the user to ignore it all together.
I understand there are ways to control this. However, it needs to be dramatically simplified, i.e: achieving this behaviour without the need for scripting.
It would be nice if the software automatically resized the thumbnails in the table display view. We accidentally uploaded full resolution images and not scaled down versions. When we went to the table view the software downloaded each of the 200 4mb images and nearly locked up the web browser.
I want to overlay two report types - Stacked and Line charts. My reason is that I want to create a chart of "hours needed" for all projects company wide by month for an entire year (hence a stacked chart) but I want to overlay available man hours on top of that so I can visually see where I'm short workers.
Having visibility into future labor needs is critical for senior management as our hiring cycle can take months.
We would like the option to use a runtime filter with a chart so that we could use charts in the following two scenarios.
1. A dashboard chart would allow a runtime filter based on the current logged in user, allowing the same dashboard chart to be reused on many user's dashboard but only displaying content in the context of the user.
2. Adding a chart to the item details tab via iFrame and passing a filter value that is available from the item details, which would provide a visual status on many items that are related to the current item being viewed.