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need the option of seeing active tasks in sub-folders, as it was in classic. (Reactivate from 2016)

All best for a good 2019!

I was working through the folders this morning, and noted that you list the total active tasks at the folder and subfolder level, as a number to the right of the folder name. That functionality brought me back to a 2016 request. I would really like to be able to see the detail at the folder and subfolder level as well. As it is, I can see which subfolders make up the total for the folder, but then I have to click on each individual subfolder in order to see the tasks.

See previous thread for more information: https://getsatisfaction.com/activeinb...

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  • Hello nickjden

    I'll add this as a 'suggestion' to be reviewed by the devs at their next review meeting. Can you let us know the following:

    * your role
    * a bit about your workflow
    * how you see this helping your workflow
    * why it would make a difference to your workflow

    Lisa Reynolds
    AIB Support
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  • Agree with the above. If you are running a main project and have a few sub-projects it would be good to be able to view the Parent Folder and hit a checkbox that includes sub-folders. That way you would be able to see all of the actions needed for the entire project vs having to click on each individual folder.

    So with the screenshot above, you would be able to see everything that is going on with the _Family folder in a single click vs multiple.

    Would be interested why this feature was removed and if there are any proposals to assist with the desire outcome in the current structure.
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