This applies to all records with required default fields, not just Features:
I would like to be able to customize fields that are default/'out of the box' fields on records.
Specifically, I would like to be able to rename and add descriptions (hover over tool tips) to the ones that are required to be on a record such as 'Status,' 'Assigned to,' 'Success Metric,' etc.
A mitigation would be to just replace these fields with custom fields, but since these are required, I can't do that.
Completely agree, this is required flexibility.
For our release process we would like to use a single release date, so renaming one of the external/internal fields would be necessary. Some hard-coded names don't make good sense in all processes.
I'd like to rename "proxy vote", or have a tool-tip, it's not intuitive, and we have a lot of non-native english speakers using the system. We don't want to require training for the ideas portal.
We would also like to be able to make use of this sort of functionality, and also to take it a step further by adding help text into some fields (particularly custom note fields) similar to the standard description field's "Click to add description..."
As someone who works on an integrations product, it would be very useful to have the functionality to rename built-in/default fields or assign labels to them.
For example, we have a field in Jira that corresponds to the integration in OUR platform; However, there is already a field in Aha! called integration so I have to name my custom field something else for the sole purpose of providing clarity. That is however, just one example.
Please implement this idea in short order. Thank you.
I would like the ability to add a description/help field for out of box fields to add detail for users to understand exactly what information out of box fields represent.
Our team would like to rename the default Score field.
The "Assigned to" field has some special functionality that we want to keep, but we want to clarify for our team that in our context/workspace and for a particular record type, it means "Engagement Manager" rather than "Developer", "Consultant" or something else. If we could even add a custom tooltip, it would help.