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Opened 8 years ago

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#11669 new enhancement

Change priority of tickets by dragging and dropping at the roadmap level

Reported by: ssethi Owned by:
Priority: normal Milestone: unscheduled
Component: roadmap Version:
Severity: normal Keywords:
Cc: Ryan J Ollos Branch:
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Description

As a product manager when I create a release in the roadmap with tickets assigned to them then I want the release view to show tickets in the order of priority that I choose. This will help my engineering to focus on the highest priority item.

NOTE: I know there is a priority field in tickets but most of the times there are multiple tickets with the same priority level and my engineering team ends up picking them in a random order. For e.g, There can be 25 tickets with a major priority, I want to be able to prioritize all the major tickets.

  1. If I have to reprioritize then I should be able to drag and drop the ticket at the right place.

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comment:1 by Ryan J Ollos, 8 years ago

Cc: Ryan J Ollos added
Milestone: unscheduled
Priority: highnormal
Severity: criticalnormal

It is a nice idea. th:BacklogPlugin has a similar function, and it would be nice to allow an ordering to be defined by drag and drop in any custom query view. I will consider working on it after some other nice jQuery UI-based features are implemented, such as #10994.

comment:2 by Peter Suter, 8 years ago

What do you mean by release and release view? (Milestone and milestone view? Ticket query view?)

In the ticket summary you say "Change priority of tickets by dragging and dropping", but in the description it sounds like you want to keep the tickets at their current priority level (e.g. major) but reorder them. Does this mean a secondary sorting key would be used and modified by dragging and dropping (e.g. a new ticket field rank as proposed in #5367)?

(Sorting by multiple columns is discussed in #4644, but might actually not be strictly necessary for this.)

comment:3 by Ryan J Ollos, 8 years ago

I interpreted Release as meaning Milestone. I also interpreted the reporter's use of priority in the first paragraph as simple "ticket rank", rather than referring to the Priority field.

A ticket rank is what I have in mind. The ordering could be generated by drag and drop. I think we'd want the ability to save an arbitrary number of orderings and allow the sorting to be applied by selection of the ordering from a drop-down list.

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