Add Copy and Archive to the project context menu
Currently, the context menu for a project has four items, "New subject", "Close", "Delete", and "Settings". I suggest adding two more buttons, "Copy" and "Archive". This will allow you to perform most operations on a project without having to go to the Administration page.
- The copy project feature is frequently used The copy feature is a frequently used feature in teams that create new projects by copying template projects. Adding "Copy" to the context menu can reduce steps to complete the work
- Archiving a project is preferable to deleting a project because deleted projects cannot be undone. Therefore, the preferable "Archive" should be in the context menu if "Delete" is in there
- I think adding these two items will not have any negative impact on UI/UX because they are usually hidden in the context menu. In addition, non-admin users cannot see the items even if they open the context menu
#2 Updated by Go MAEDA about 1 year ago
- File 403.png added
Thank you for posting the patch.
After testing the patch, I found a small UI issue.
Archiving a project by clicking "Archive" shows a 403 error page. This is the expected behavior when you attempt to access an archived project, but I am concerned that not a few users will think that an error occurred during archiving a project.
And the behavior that shows the 403 page is different from the behavior when you click "Delete". Clicking "Delete" shows /admin/projects page after successfully deleting a project.
#4 Updated by Go MAEDA about 1 year ago
Mizuki ISHIKAWA wrote:
Changed to go to /admin/projects?status=9 after changing to archive.
Thank you but the patch changes the current behavior of staying on the same page when archiving a project from the second or subsequent pages of /admin/projects. The behavior was introduced in r15755. After applying the patch, you will be navigated to the first page of /admin/projects after archiving a project.