Ticket Associations and more!

August 30th, 2007

While we have been working hard on our upcoming wiki (yes, yes — we are implementing a wiki), we wanted to bring you a few things many of you have been asking for…

Ticket Associations

You have let us know how having the power to associtate tickets with one another would help, especially on larger projects. As of today, all Unfuddle accounts now have the ability to associate tickets with one another.

From any ticket, you can easily create the following types of associations: Parent, Child, Duplicate or Related. Sibling relationships are also deduced and displayed for convenience.

We are convinced that this feature has a huge potential to evolve the workflow of Unfuddle. Please let us know about any successes (or difficulties) you experience while using ticket associations.

Ticket Associations

Oh, and Cookies too…

CookiesIs anyone else sick of logging into Unfuddle umpteen times a week? In response to this seemingly universal malaise, we have gone ahead and added cookie-based authentication.

Now you can just check the “Remember Me” box when you sign in and you will be automatically logged into your account for two full weeks unless you clear your cookies or manually logout.

  1. Marston A, SugarStats:

    Great work guys! I've been waiting for these features, especially the cookies.

  2. Aidan:

    Good stuff guys... can't wait for the wiki... will be the perfect solutions for me then.

  3. Hendy Irawan:

    It feels good that one of *MY* requests got implemented. hehehehe =)) (just kidding... but seriously, I'm happy)

    Ticket associations is awe-making for me... I've never heard of such stuff before. Duplicate bug maybe (and isn't that often if bugs are managed by only a small team), and also related. but parent-child? Unfuddle guys must be genius :)

    BTW guys you'll want to fix the recent news/activity as well...

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