Create task-level and note-level permission settings for non-user and interested party resources
How do you separate communication between a project team and the client? The ability to strike a balance between transparency and candid communication would make the resources features truly useful. Otherwise, it seems the daily report is only truly functional for EITHER inter-company OR client relationship communication. Thanks!
Marcus Duffel commented
I agree with all comments below, I use Basecamp for that very reason. I need to keep some communications internal and others have mixed audiences. Having that ability within Roadmap would be awesome.
I think it would also be helpful to be able to determine particular views available to different parties. For eg to have external parties view only dashboard view rather than have access to other view which give more detailed (and possibly more sensitive) information
This would definately improve communication to different parties. you have my vote to prioritize this feature.
Arjan Brouwer commented
Dave, what you describe is exactly what's needed! I can grant an external party (i.e. my client) read only access to a project but then he's also able to see the productivity of my resources. This is inside info only obviously.
Admindave (CTO, Roadmap) commented
Hi M, thank you for this great suggestion, and for your other suggestions.
We will put some thought into this. Perhaps it's as simple as allowing Notes, Roadblocks, and ToDo Lists to (optionally) be marked as private/internal - similar to Basecamp's private-setting on ToDo Lists and Messages.
We welcome other users to comment - and to vote on this - which will help us with prioritization.