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  1. Include sub tasks when sorting on Task Priority field.

    Our employees always use a task view sorted on highest priority so they can easily see what to work on next. Priority levels are managed by the team manager.
    With the new subtask feature high priority subtask won't show up on top because only the priority of the top level parent task is evaluated. I would like to see the sort algoritm to also take the highest subtask priority into account. Maybee you could even link the parent priority to priorities of subtasks, so when the priority of a subtask is increased the parent priority follows (and returns to it's…

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  2. User group based view and filtering in the Scheduler

    At this moment the Scheduler always splits up the view over individual people. I would like see an option to display the tasks for all people in one agenda, and an option to filter this agenda on user groups. This would allow me to check check the work load for single teams.

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  3. Filter panel

    I want to have a filter panel that shows all available fields I can use for filtering depending on what view I am now. For example, if I select view Files, filter panel should display file fields: Name, Type, Date Created, etc., if I select view Tasks, filter panel should display task properties, Name, State, Assigned To etc.

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  4. Minimize to tray instead of application close.

    Disable application close if you hit the "X" top right of window by accident, instead minimize to tray.

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