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Visible fields functionality for notes added to presentations

My presentations primarily consist of notes. At the bottom of each slide, it shows every related record link associated with it. Sometimes this is dozens of links that I don't need to show and that also look very messy. (One such slide has ~100 re...
Taylor Le over 4 years ago in Presentations 0 Shipped

Remove count of records from hierarchy report in notebook

Hierarchy reports are often filtered by certain fields when preparing saved views to share with others. In fact, it's very rare that ALL of my initiatives or goals would appear in a single hierarchy report. The report looks great, but in the expor...
Guest almost 6 years ago in Presentations 0 Shipped

NoteBook editor add hyperlinks

Alot of discussions/ideas about adding external links to notebooks. While the notes section under product works, it does not address the business need to providing a link on a page that is in-context to the page's content. The new functionality r...
Guest almost 6 years ago in Presentations 1 Shipped

Highlight the hyperlinks within the cards/pages of a Notebook

Some customers use the Notebooks to share the key reports required by the team, inside the organization with other Aha! users. When clicking within a notebook from the Reports -> Notebooks -> Overview screen, highlight the hyperlinks within ...
Deirdre Clarke about 7 years ago in Presentations 0 Shipped

Update Notebook publishing so my Notebooks are on the top

I would like a modification to the UI of the Publishing page for Notebooks. While the Publish Anything content is very useful, the way it is laid out hides the primary reason I am on the page--to view my own Notebooks. Couple possibilities: (1...
Cathy Sherwin about 8 years ago in Presentations 1 Shipped

Fix pdf notebooks requirement number rendering, so it is not truncated

It's important to see the requirement number in a notebook so conversations can use the number. For example, "Hey, requirement TRACKER-152.1 is really a genius idea, I am so impressed."
Paul Cameron about 8 years ago in Presentations 0 Shipped