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Notifications in Tiaga Front #823

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domtyese opened this Issue Jan 18, 2016 · 22 comments

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domtyese commented Jan 18, 2016

As a user, I would like to have a notification system in place that lets me know when a user has added a comment designated to me (my username used in the comment).

For example my coworker sent me a comment, but there isn't a notification for this in Tiaga, only via email.
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Do you all have something like this in place besides a notification via email?

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superalex commented Jan 19, 2016

Hello @domtyese

Thanks for the feedback, actually the notification system only works via email. Where would you expect to see these notifications?, in an existing area of Taiga or a new one?

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siliconalchemy commented Jan 31, 2016

+1 email is a disconnected old-school way of notifying if you are intensively collaborating on a project and live in the PM interface a lot of the time. Other PM software I have used has an alert area always visible on the interface that alerts when something new for me occurs on something I'm following or own and is a really good bit of UX workflow.

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losttheplot commented Feb 6, 2016

+1 In my busy collaborative world, an on-screen notification display is a fundamental requirement. This could be by label/badge on the top bar or side-menu, leading to a time-ordered list of notices, perhaps, or a dashboard panel, or both.

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nonameolsson commented Nov 10, 2016

I would love to have a notifications dropdown, like in many social networks. With a full history of notifications, but indicating which ones are "unread"/"new".

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woistjadefox commented Jan 20, 2017

I would totally love this feature! Is it somehow possible to hook the email notifications?

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theriverman commented Mar 28, 2017

Hello,

Is there any progress on this task? It would be amazing to be notified (probably via firefox/chrome/safari API ?) if there is a new comment on a task im either assigned to or following, etc...

/riverman

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jespino commented Mar 30, 2017

Hi @theriverman

No, we haven't worked on it yet, sorry :(

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theriverman commented Mar 30, 2017

Thanks for the heads up, @jespino !

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yomguy commented Mar 30, 2017

High priority feature IMHO, email notifications is un-manageable.

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yomguy commented Mar 30, 2017

@jespino I'm available to help on this development.
We could use https://github.com/django-notifications/django-notifications

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mpech commented May 16, 2017

I don't know for others. As for our team, those kind of desktop notifications (#1277) are of few interest.

What we lack is:

A way to differentiate a ping from a ticket status change based on the notified email's title

When receiving emails, based solely on the title, we don't know easily whether we receive the email because

  • someone closed the ticket (or whatever)
  • an automated mail was sent (github hook)
  • someone asked us a question (which needs action)

I believe live notifications read/unread address the pb because the content of the notifications is directly accessible to the eye and so we can filter out "automatically" what are the interesting notifications.
But live notifications are not a must to address the "pollution"

at least for our team.

We will probably add some email rules to categorize the taiga mails but I believe the key point is to ease distinguishing whether the (email or live) notification is a ping or not

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siegfried1e commented Aug 28, 2017

This to me is a priority, we are actually using taiga as a tryout for our business, and the absence of this feature is a show stopper for us. We really like the product otherwise. I found this information while looking at making the basic email notification work. For the moment it doesn't. (I will look a bit more create a ticket if I don't find a solution). We will stick to it for the moment as the team is not huge yet. But there will definitively be an end to it if the feature is not in the pipeline.

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ddamasceno commented Dec 19, 2017

Same for my (paid) team here : having notifications is a real need. Our purpose using such tool is to escape from checking our e-mail account.

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luizfp commented Jan 3, 2018

For me and my team a notification system is a priority as well. Something like @losttheplot has mentioned or how we have with Trello. Please, give this issue the attention with deserves.

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IwishIcanFLighT commented Mar 14, 2018

Looking forward to this feature as soon as possible in early 2018 as well.

We use Taiga with my team and linked its activities to a Slack channel because email is not an option, but even though Slack is not ideal due the constant spam by the bot.

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maknahar commented Apr 24, 2018

Much needed feature. Very useful to keep the team informed in real time.

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alexhermida commented Apr 24, 2018

Hi @maknahar & @IwishIcanFLighT this is ready and will be included in the next release (#1277)

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woistjadefox commented Sep 10, 2018

Hi @alexhermida
In which form can we see the implementation? Desktop notifications? Is it this feature?

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theriverman commented Oct 3, 2018

Hi @woistjadefox
If I'm not mistaken, it sports the pretty common "Browser Desktop Notifications" API:
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Notifications_API

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woistjadefox commented Oct 4, 2018

Hi @theriverman
Yes this is right, but I don't know how well the nature of browser desktop notification plays in the hands of a project management tool. When you compare this feature to the notification system in Basecamp for example. There you have a pretty good overview of the unseen notifications at a central view on the website, from which you can go through your unseen notifications. As far as I know, Chrome for example is not offering a notification history window. And even if so, then it would mix all the different notifications from all websites together.

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alexhermida commented Oct 4, 2018

Hello @woistjadefox, as @theriverman commented current implementation is browser desktop notifications. We are working to implement notifications area towards next release TG-3752

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lucasarod commented Oct 23, 2018

Desktop browser notification is a much needed feature to an already amazing platform.
From my understanding, if I tag someone with "@", there is no way they can see it unless they go to that specific comment, right?

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