If you visit the page /feed/ you see some basic filters:
These filters are useful to discover or remember what was done on a certain day and populate "intervention reports" - something very common in any company where every employee have to enter into a legacy management system how they invested their working hours (e.g. this monday I've spent 2 hours on this project, 1 hours for that customer, etc.).
Fortunately, filling intervention reports is simple thanks to this Feed history.
There is no simple way to suppress some "minor activities" and this slows down daily summary operations by employees.
In the /feed/ advanced search, add a checkbox:
- Hide minor activities
When checked, as default it should hide these activities:
- move a Task from a workboard to another
- change Task priority
- add/remove a Tag from something
- updated the name of
- award a token
- change policy
- set the point value
- placed ... up from grabs
- what else?
In this way, other kind of activities which in a major way describe the hours spent by a worker - such as comments, commits, Task creation, Task marked as Resolved etc. can take more visibility, speeding up intervention report operations.