Positioning of sys_notes configurable
|Priority:||Could have||Due date:|
|Assignee:||Jens Hoffmann||% Done:||
Displaying sys_notes records above the data records in page and list module would be much better so editors actually would be able to see them. currently they're being displayed at the very bottom.
default could still be like it's now, but there should be the posibility to decide (maybot not as a user but as an admin) where those notes should be displayed. perhaps even more visually highlighted.
|related to Usability Team - Bug #26796: New skinning of sys_notes||Under Review||2011-05-13|
Updated by Ingo Renner over 1 year ago
I agree with having the notes on top would be more logical. We could also use the flash messages here. Also, I wouldn't provide a configuration option for that...
Updated by Ernesto Baschny over 1 year ago
- Tracker changed from Feature to Suggestion
- Project changed from Core to Usability Team
This is request for usability change, and as such it goes through our Usability Team tracker. Some usability expert will give proper feedback. But I like the idea in general of getting the notes on top!
Updated by Jens Hoffmann over 1 year ago
- Category set to Usability
- Status changed from New to Accepted
- Assignee set to Jens Hoffmann
- Priority changed from Should have to Could have
Fine for me, to have them at the top.
How about a column at the right for such notes?
Updated by Fabien Udriot about 1 year ago
I am expressing a +1 to put the notes on the top and thus, increase visibility for users.
Is it already taken into consideration while re-looking the notes done in another issue? If not, we should make it aware to the developers.
Updated by Soren Malling 12 months ago
Maybe we should consider a container that can collapse so the notes can be hidden?
Many sys_notes would push the content area down the site, which might not be a nice UX?
Updated by Fabien Udriot 12 months ago
Are sys notes going to be so long? In my use case, sys notes were something rather short to communicate other users something about the page / content. If it is becoming too long, I would wonder if sys notes are the right tool. just a first reaction.
Updated by Jens Hoffmann 12 months ago
I would agree with Fabien here.
SysNotes are small Notes and we shouldn't worry about this worst case here.