At the core of each team is strong communication. Conversations and workflow are two key components of Codecks.
All conversations live inside of cards. Click on the conversations button on any opened card to see all conversations tied to that card. Enter text in the comment text area and click ‘send’ or
ctrl/cmd + enter to open a new thread or to reply to an existing thread.
Mention team members to draw them into the conversation. You can do this by typing
@ and selecting their name from the popup list or by clicking on their portrait image. Adding teammates to the conversation will notify them that you’re looking for their input. You can see who is part of a conversation by looking at the user icons on top of each conversation.
All conversations in Codecks are open. You can read all ongoing or past conversations on any card that you have access to. If you comment on a conversation that you were not yet part of, you will automatically be added to the participants list and be notified on further replies.
Ever had to deal with tasks that were not done because they were forgotten? Tasks that got lost in the gaps of the proverbial project management cushions, to be found again too late and close to a deadline? Codecks features a no-loose ends paradigm 🚀 , which guides many of our design decisions, but here are a couple of key rules:
Unless you’re the owner of a card, you can remove yourself from a conversation, if you don’t have anything to add and don’t want to receive further notification. To remove yourself from a conversation click on your own portrait icon on top of the thread. Your portrait icon will become grayed out to signal that you were part of the conversation but opted out from further updates. Codecks will also add a note to let the other participants know.
You may return to the conversation by clicking on your portrait icon again. Other team members might also add you back into the conversation by mentioning you again.
If you want to get an overview of all conversations that you’re part of or that are currently happening in your project(s), open the ‘conversations view’ by clicking the speech bubble icon in the decks view. This will show you all cards grouped by:
Conversation updates also show up in the activity stream.