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Make the first column (aka. untriaged) to consider the provided Milestone in the filter #273

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haikalpribadi opened this Issue Sep 23, 2018 · 2 comments

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haikalpribadi commented Sep 23, 2018

At the moment, the first column ignores the milestone provided in the filter.

This makes it very confusing and misleading to use the board view of the filter. Take a simple example: we want to build a kanban board for a given milestone, say v1.5. So we make filter with to settings: view=board, and milestone=v1.5. However, when we go to the filter "Milestone v1.5 board", we see all the open/untriaged issues in the first column. This makes it very difficult for us to scope our work.

Is it possible for you to do a simple toggle in the project setting for "filter untriaged with Milestone"? Envisioning the code that goes into this, this should be fairly simple to implement and shouldn't break anyone's workflow.

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kareem commented Sep 23, 2018

Hey @haikalpribadi can you help me understand a little more why this is painful for you? Is the issue that the column is there at all? Because if so you can hide it by toggling it to hidden at the bottom of the page:

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haikalpribadi commented Sep 23, 2018

Hi @kareem,

We need the open/untriaged/first column in the board, to know what are the open issues in that milestone. Thus, if we hide the first column, it doesn't become a solution for us.

@ac21 ac21 added this to the 2019-April-1 milestone Apr 2, 2019

@ac21 ac21 closed this Apr 11, 2019

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