As a user I would like to be able to Archive themes. I have a lot of old themes cluttering up my view, and while some old themes are still applicable for some reporting purposes I don't need them as an option when I apply a theme.
Additionally, I may not need them to display on items in my backlog when they are archived.
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As a Program "administrator", I can:
1) archive Epic Themes
2) view archived Themes either within the Program only or down to Products as well
3) restore archived Epci Themes (ie: some themes may only be worked on once or twice a year, not every quarter)
This will allow me to manage the volume of visible epics within the Program and in the attached Products.
This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Ability to archive / restore Program Epic Themes.
This is a good idea.It has been formulated in my organisation as follows:
As a user I want to be able to hide and unhide (archive & unarchive) done / inactive themes because I have lots of stuff that have been completed and are now disturbing the themes view, but which still may in some cases be re-activated
EMPLOYEE0As of 4.4 there is a feature that might alleviate this issue somewhat.
Added "quick search" to Theme lists. Start typing to find a Theme once a Theme list (Apply/Remove themes) is in focus.
Basically, when the focus is in any theme window you just start typing, and it searches through the themes. It's one of those things that is really useful once you see how to use it, but until you have figured it out, it is a bit hidden.