Add Components to Feature Card Customization

We are currently missing critical components from the Customize Feature Card view:

  • # of To-Do's
  • Feature Due Date

Please add as options ASAP

  • Robyn Diamond
  • Dec 11 2018
  • Future consideration
Release time frame
  • Dec 11, 2018

    Admin Response

    Thank you for your idea. The feature due date is currently available. It is the second date in the "Scheduling" section.

    We do not currently have plans to add # of to-dos, but we will monitor customer feedback on this idea.

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  • Robyn Diamond commented
    11 Jan 18:05

    NOTE: I do not have the option for 'Scheduling' in my customize view nor do I have the ability to add Feature Due date. Thanks!

  • Robyn Diamond commented
    11 Jan 18:07

    Hey Austin- I’ve been checking back periodically on this one & I do not have ‘Scheduling’ or Feature Due in my customization view. Am I missing something?


  • Admin
    Austin Merritt commented
    12 Jan 02:53

    Hi Robyn, are you trying to customize the card for a product or product line? The scheduling fields are only available when editing the feature card at the product level. If you are trying to edit the card for the product line, these fields will not be available. This is because there could be products in the product line that do not have capacity planning enabled.

    If you are trying to customize the card at the product level and you are not seeing them, double check that you have capacity planning enabled for the product.


  • Robyn Diamond commented
    22 Jan 21:15

    Thanks for the clarification! I didn’t realize you needed to have Capacity Planning on – as we don’t. If the Due Date was visible on the Feature – which it is, since it’s associated to a Release/Phase – I just assumed I would be able to see it like you said.

    I will submit an Idea. Thanks!

  • Rebecca Fevers commented
    02 Jul 08:50

    This would be an excellent addition as you would be able to see directly from the feature card how many to-dos were outstanding against that particular feature.