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«Unread Issues» — plugin for Redmine

The plugin implements a convenient functionality of monitoring changes in issues.

 

Plugin features «Unread Issues»


You will always be able to see a number of issues assigned to you, number of new issues and number of changed issues throught the indicators in the top menu.
In any issue list you will see indicators which inform you that the task was not read by you or changed since the last view.

 
 
 
 

How does informing work in the «Unread Issues» plugin

Plugin removes useless menu-item «Home» in main menu and replaces it with the link «My issues» with three indicators, the following values:
  • Shows the number of issues, according to query, selected in plugin settings (the most logically is to count issues, assigned to you).
  • Shows the number of new issues, according to selected query, that you have not viewed yet.
  • Shows the number of issues, according to selected query, which had changes since your last view.
In the list of issues, before the title of the issue, appears colored indicators that show the current status of the issue. A green circle - if the issue is new and you have not viewed it yet. A blue circle - if the issue had any changes since your last view.
~Если вы установите наш плагин «Issue Tabs»,то так же получите вкладку «Просмотры», которая даст вам возможность определить, кто и когда просматривал задачу.

How to install the plugin «Unread Issues» in Redmine

  1. Make sure that your server meets the following requirements:
Redmine Ruby Rails Database The Browser
Guaranteed 2.6, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2 1.9.3, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2 3.2, 4.2 PostgreSQL, MySQL, MSSQL Chrome, Firefox, Internet explorer 9, 10
Should work > 3.2 > 2.2 x ActiveRecord compatible DB Any modern browser
  1. Copy the folder with the plugin to the plugins folder of «Redmine» — «plugins».
  2. Install additional plugin «Ajax Counters» in Redmine plugins folder, if you want asynchronous usage of counters. To do that - clone this plugin from «Bitbucket» by executing a command in Redmine plugins folder: git clone https://bitbucket.org/dkuk/ajax_counters.git This will help to distribute the server load and increase the responsiveness of the interface.
  3. Install additional plugin «A Common Libs» in Redmine plugins folder. To do that - clone this plugin from «Bitbucket» by executing a command in Redmine plugins folder: git clone https://bitbucket.org/dkuk/a_common_libs.git
  4. Ensure that the user, under which you run the web-server, has access to the root installation folder of «Redmine». As possible solution for UNIX operating systems, run the following commands:
      sudo chmod 775 -R your_redmine_root_folder
      sudo chown -R your_web_server_group:your_web_server_user your_redmine_folder
  1. Run `bundle install` to install missing gems (make sure performing command in the root installation folder of «Redmine»)
      bundle install
  1. Perform plugin migrations (make sure performing command in the root installation folder of «Redmine»):
        rake redmine:plugins:migrate RAILS_ENV=production
      
  1. Restart your web-server.
      sudo service apache2 restart

Redmine settings

  • Create a public query in «Redmine» available for all projects.

  • The query could be any, but the most logical is to find issues assigned to you.

  • You may configure it accordingly to a screenshot.

  • Go to the «Unread Issues» plugin settings and choose just created query from the public queries list.

  • Save the plugin settings.


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