Ability to define default columns to display based on project
It would be great if there would be possibility to define default columns to display for each project separately. Right now it is very unconvenient to have one setting for all projects. We have projects for different areas and thus default fields should be different for each area.
BTW, it is idea for plugin. I believe this one would be relatively easy to implement.
#10 Updated by Vitaly Klimov over 10 years ago
Please check latest version of my plugin:
I have ability to define filters/columns based on user preferences.
#11 Updated by Ben Asher over 9 years ago
I think this would work a lot better as a core feature. The plugin above (redmine_default_columns) probably doesn't work out of the box with the latest Redmine (currently 1.3.2) anymore (I've patched the plugin a lot). It also breaks some functionality in Redmine 1.3+ (e.g. modal dialog box for CSV export).
#14 Updated by Vincent Lizzi over 7 years ago
Every project (for me) needs different defaults for the Issues page. I'm using the default queries per project plugin, but its not intuitive for new users and I'm not sure if it works with the Redmine versions newer than 2.0. This would be helpful to have as a core feature.
This feature could be a new field on the project settings page, possibly labeled "Issues default query" with a dropdown of custom queries defined in the project. The Issues tab would by default open the custom query specified by this setting, or if it is not set then use the global defaults.
#23 Updated by Quan VN about 6 years ago
I think this plugins can help
The desired columns could be set in the query
- Category changed from Projects to Project settings
- Status changed from Reopened to Closed
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- Resolution set to Fixed
Redmine 5.0.0 will allow you to set a default query for each project (#7360).
Create a custom query that displays the fields you need, and then set the custom query as the default query for the project.