Redmine Stuff To Do Plugin
The Stuff To Do plugin allows a user to order and prioritize the issues and projects they are doing into a specific order. It will also allow other privileged users to reorder the user's workload.
Sorting and prioritizing of cross-project To Do lists
Easy to use drag and drop interface
Editing other user lists for Administrators
Filtering of issues based on user, priority, or status
Notification emails based on low workload counts
Drag and drop time logging using the Time Grid
Getting the plugin
Installation and Setup
Follow the Redmine plugin installation steps at: www.redmine.org/wiki/redmine/Plugins Make sure the plugin is installed to vendor/plugins/stuff_to_do_plugin
Run the plugin migrations +rake db:migrate_plugins+
Restart your Redmine web servers (e.g. mongrel, thin, mod_rails)
Login and configure the plugin (Administration > Plugins > Configure)
Click the Stuff To Do link in the top left menu
There are three panes that can be sorted:
What I'm doing now
This pane lists the next 5 items a user is supposed to be working on. These items should be the most important things assigned to the user. As the user closes an item, the items lower in the list will rise up and fill in this pane. Items are closed by either closing the issue (Issues) or archiving a project (Project)
What's recommended to do next
This pane lists extra items for the user. These items are used as overflow for the What I'm doing now.
This pane lists all the open issues that are assigned to the user or the projects visible to the user. They are the pool of things that a user can draw on as they work.
The standard workflow for this plugin is as follows:
A user will drag items from the What's Available pane to the What I'm doing now and What's recommended to do next
Once several items have been dragged the user would prioritize and sort the items in order of importance
The user would use the rest of Redmine and work on the #1 item
Once the #1 item is complete (or blocked) the user would continue and work on the #2 item
If the user is an Administrator, they have the permission to edit other users' lists. This allows them to act as the system Project Manager.
This plugin is licensed under the GNU GPL v2. See COPYRIGHT.txt and GPL.txt for details.
If you need help you can contact the maintainer at his email address (See CREDITS.txt) or create an issue in the Bug Tracker. The bug tracker is located at projects.littlestreamsoftware.com