Clear deadlines communicate expectations

The end date of an issue is important information that tells the assignee what your expectations are for delivery. It also sorts the issue in the To do-widget on the start page. Now we make it easier to find by moving it from the bottom of the issue detail to a more prominent position near the assignee on the right hand side of the issue detail.
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Manage your notifications from Issues

In order to ensure that all who need get notifications about changes to an issue we introduced the possibility to subscribe to issues. You can add yourself or another user as subscriber to an issue. As of the September release we automatically add assignees and reporters of an issue to the subscriber list. This means you will get a complete[..]
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More space on the issue detail

A while back, we changed multi-line text fields on the project details so that they are smaller when they contain no information. This was done in order to save space for the other fields that have information in them. Now we do the same thing for the issue detail. Empty multi-line text fields, including the description will be small and even[..]
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Save details about an issue in PDF-format

After an issue, like a change request or damage report, has been dealt with, it sometimes needs to be saved in an archive. Could be for for legal reasons or just to get all papers in the right place.Therefore, you can always print a pdf-version of an issue with the relevant fields included. In this release, we include the possibility of[..]
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More flexible issue list

The flexible list view in Issues enables you to set up just the view that is perfect for you and your colleagues. By clicking the columns button in the toolbar in an issue list, you can add and remove columns of data from the issue detail in the list. When you are done, you can save this view for future use or, if you are an administrator, even[..]
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Keep the right people in the loop of an issue

Although we strongly believe in having a single assignee in order to maintain accountability and responsibility, we also know that each issue has a number of parties that need to be kept in the loop. It can be the rest of your group that need to know that you are dealing with an issue or another division who need to get the answer to their[..]
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