Today's changelog brings you project status updates and an updated issues side panel in Projects!
You can now provide high level details on the status, timing, and progress of your project, directly from the project! This makes it easy to know and share with others how your work is progressing, any risks, and a history of when and why something changed, all in the same place where you're tracking your work.
You can access status updates from the
Project details panel, where you can also add a short description or README with additional project information. Select Add update to give your project a
Start date, or
Target date, along with additional details or mentioning another user or team. You can also edit, delete, or copy a link to a specific update to make it easy to share with others.
Once you add a status update to a project, you'll find it visible in the project header and the project index pages, so you can quickly find and access the high level details for all of your projects in a single place and drill in for more information.
For more details, check out the documentation.
Projects has an updated issues side panel which matches the design of issues reached from a repository. In addition to providing a consistent experience, this update also means that issues accessed from a project have all timeline events and include any other projects the issue is a part of, making it easier to manage issues from either a project or a repository.
- Fixed a bug where labels were being unexpectedly changed on issues when adding them to a project
- Improved the workflow name editing experience by providing a dialog
- Improved keyboard focus and navigation on the Insights and Workflows pages
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