|Short Description||What doesn't work?||How should it work?||Priority||Assigned to||Resolution||Resolution Date|
|Attendance List Headers||When the attendance list gets longer than 1 page, can't tell which column to check||Header should float to top of screen||High||Anthony Julian|| From Atlassian:|
In some instances table header rows will stick to the top when you're viewing a page, making those really long tables easier to read. There are a few exceptions, though. Table headers aren't sticky when your table:
|Edit button||When attendance list is long, difficult to find edit button which is at the top||??||High||Anthony Julian||Training issue: When scrolling down the menu disappears, when scrolling up, it re-appears.When scrolling down the menu disappears, when scrolling up, it re-appears.||2018-02-29|
|Sort names||The names aren't sorted, rather in order of adding that row||Easier to find each person's name when sorted (alpha)||Medium||Anthony Julian|
In order to sort, the header cannot contain merged cells. See 2018-01-30 InM WGM Attendance
Alternative is to use the table macro - which HL7 has not licensed.
|Names||ArB is using @ sign in the name column||Should that be the process for everyone||Medium|
As expected, some attendees aren't able to add themselves (adding their account not finished,
just not willing, etc.
Process to manually add is wonky, have to stop in middle of
meeting to figure out who to add.
IMHO: HL7 needs to consider single-sign-on. Currently I have to sign on to:
Confluence, Jira, HL7Wiki, TSCWiki,Gforge,HL7.org,Project Insight. And because of history my username is different on each one,
the IDEAL process would be someone
|Day differentiator||Since the headers currently don't float so they can get seen when scrolling down||change the shading so that each day is a different color||High||Anthony Julian||See Attendance List Headers above.||2018-02-08|