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Status Unlikely to implement
Categories Presentations
Created by Joe Ross
Created on Jan 15, 2016

Adding To Dos to a Notebook

The Idea detail via includes my list of To Dos for that idea I am working on. When I add the Idea Detail to a notebook it does not publish the to do list. My idea is to allow for to dos to be added to a not book by feature, release or idea.

    Jan 15, 2016

    The page is currently designed in this way to exclude To-do's and Comments as these are additional tasks related to the record (as opposed to items which help to describe the record).

    One workaround would be to take a screenshot of the page, paste it into a Note, and add the Note to a Notebook. This would allow you to show your To-do's in a Notebook (though live changes would not be reflected in your notebook).

    Based on the above note on the rationale behind the current design, we are unlikely to make changes in this area. We hope you can understand and that the workaround will work for you.

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  • Karl Laird
    Aug 18, 2017

    We use To Do's to represent things like Scope or Questions that need to be investigated or answered before being added into Features or Requirements.


    Given that a Notebook seems like the most Useful way of turning a Release (or set of Features) into a set of Requirements for circulation, missing the ToDo's then misses large parts of the scope caveats that are being applied.

  • Guest
    Mar 17, 2016

    In software release planning, the ToDos can be a lot of Operational Readiness tasks or things that are not Development Team specific or tied to tickets in Jira.  Example, picking out pilot customers, update Customer Care sites, User Experience Testing, KBs/Documentation/Video support.  So it would be helpful to have a way to share not only development roadmap features, but also Operational Readiness ToDos.  


Allow publishing of comments and to-do's in a notebook

Status meetings are captured in the Product Notes in Aha!, and the todo's / comments sections are used as part of this process. The Product Notes are then published out as meeting notes using a notebook. As a meeting record it would be invaluable ...
Danny Archer almost 9 years ago in  1 Unlikely to implement