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Categories Roadmaps
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 2, 2015

Add all features to notebook convenience method on Features->Roadmap view

On the Features->Roadmap view, when viewing a release Roadmap that includes Feature status, items are either aggregated under their feature status, or lumped into a "Not Shown In Notebook" bucket.

The mechanism by which the default state of a feature (in terms of its inclusion in the notebook) is unclear, though we understand we can changed the visibility of any given feature by toggling the checkbox next to it.

Our idea is for a convenience method to "Show All Features In Notebook".  We have releases with 50+ features, and our view frequently lumps ~30 of these features as "Not Shown In Notebook" though we've never explicitly removed them.  This would prevent us from having to click on 30 individual items to get the view we are trying to present.

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  • Keith Burgess
    Jul 16, 2021

    Same problem here. I could see an admin option to control the default setting of the check mark globally. There are a couple of options for removing features: uncheck the box or filter on tags.

  • Brian W
    Apr 9, 2020

    Can we get an admin response :) ?

  • Brian W
    Apr 9, 2020

    Totally agree with all comments, seems like a low effort update that would deliver a non-trivial amount of value for folks that have tons of features.

  • Guest
    Sep 17, 2018

    Like all the others, and the similar challenges on releases not showing by default, this is a must have for us. Having to remember to add a feature into the right release in the Features board and then again in the report(s) is clunky and undermines the value of Aha in always having beautiful, accurate roadmaps. At least a configuration option should be available to default features to automatically show in all roadmaps...

  • Guest
    Aug 9, 2018

    Agree with all of the above comments. I understand the rationale behind having the option to not show them, but it creates a manual step (that we have found a lot of users forget to do..) for something that is supposed to be live. The ability to change the default would be extremely beneficial. Thanks.

  • Guest
    Apr 18, 2018

    This is a must for Notebooks that are LIVE. It defeats the purpose of a LIVE notebook to need to do this manually. This idea has been here since 2015, I hope you can implement it soon. 

  • Max Cascone
    Jul 6, 2017

    Voted; the default should be configurable to show or not show features in the notebook.

  • Guest
    May 25, 2017

    I concur. This the default behavior should be configurable so that all new features CAN be auto-added to the Reports -> Roadmaps -> Features report. I always have to go in and manually check them, and if I forget, it’s a pain especially since this is the one manual step in an otherwise completely automated notebook reporting process. All our notebooks are live).

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