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Need a new option for filtering out requests/questions - in Update X.X.X.X

asked 2014-02-02 12:39:41 +0200

westy gravatar image

I see that few of the questions now have "In update 1.0.3.8" in their title. We really need this to be a top level filter so we can easily identify which requests are sorted and which are still outstanding.

There are a number of requests where the community has voted in large numbers yet the request has not been actioned, so it would be useful to identify quickly and simply what actually was delivered and eliminate them from the list e.g. MMS no apparent action, 2 way calendar syncing, no apparent action, folders in apps drawer (and gallery), no apparent action.

Perhaps it might be an idea for the dev team to set out a proposed list of things they ARE going to TRY to deliver in the next release, rather than us all waiting in ignorance until the next release is, well released!!

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I would suggest a filter "sort by open/closed". Of course, all the questions that have been introduced or fixed in 1.0.3.8. should be closed. This way when filtered to "open" you don't see the questions that are sorted and also the ones that are closed for some other reason. This would be related to this question: https://together.jolla.com/question/22632/need-ability-to-remove-closed-questions-from-listing/

Neo ( 2014-02-02 13:23:33 +0200 )edit

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answered 2014-06-10 23:49:02 +0200

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updated 2014-06-10 23:55:51 +0200

the "fixed in x.x.x.x" usually get tagged with the update indicator which is used before an update to show that it is in the next update, look for tags jan14 apr14 mar14 jun14 - I filter for duplicates fixed and those tags to not show anymore and barely see any "fixed in x.x.x.x" questions

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People from Jolla did a good job with these tags from jan14 to mar14, but it seems they forgot to do it with the jun14 tag. I guess it is up to the community to do it, but it would have been much better that Jolla had done it.

Neo ( 2014-06-10 23:58:26 +0200 )edit

then give them a hand, I retag alot of things...

chemist ( 2014-06-11 10:30:32 +0200 )edit
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