Created on 2010-10-19 11:29 by hemmecke, last changed 2010-10-19 11:29 by hemmecke.
|msg4166||Author: [hidden] (hemmecke)||Date: 2010-10-19 11:29|
Thank you. I suspected this. But, of course, "Make a copy" is not a really good naming of this. Any chance that this link get's a pop-up by default explaining what it's use is? In fact, even if everything in a tracker site is easily adjustable, wouldn't it be a good idea to add some pop-ups to the classic template and explaining "Title", "Priority", "Superseder", "Assigned To", "Status", "Nosy List", "Keywords", etc.? Especially "Superseder" and "Nosy List" are not immediately clear for new users. Having a default description there would be wonderful. Ralf copy of ... http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=20101019105941.GC6853%40pfmaster.artcom-gmbh.de&forum_name=roundup-users On 10/19/2010 12:59 PM, Peter Funk wrote: > Hello Ralf, > > Ralf Hemmecke wrote: >> In the web-interface, next to the "Submit Changes" button, I find a >> "Make a copy" link. Where is described what it does and why it is there? >> Why would I want to make a copy of an issue? > > Sometimes an issue represents a rather complex problem which should > be splitted up into two or more smaller pieces. The roundup way to do > this is to create one or more copies of the original issue and handle > individual sub tasks in each copy. This makes it possible to assign > different sub tasks to different people. > > Regards, > Peter Funk