Allow 2 or more people to be allocated to work as a team on an action
This feature is on the roadmap but has not been scheduled for this calendar year.
Here is another vote for being able to add additional people to an action. I feel it is quite a significant feature that needs to be added.
I first added this idea June 6th 2018. It got 36 votes on mine, and then another 96 here when someone else raised it a year later. It's now over 2 years since a lot of users were asking for this. Why is BoardPro so slow at implementing such a major painpoint?
We still have this on our roadmap and really do appreciate all your votes and patience. We will come back to you with a time update as soon as we have an estimated release date.
This is a popular request that gets raised at every board meeting. Please install it :)
This feature would be very useful, please prioritise it :)
I get this request from multiple boards. It would be very useful to have!
Yes please, this would be incredibly useful.
Yes please can you add this feature as you as you are able.
Yes please I would love to be able to have multiple owners to actions - including an option to have "All trustees" own an action
Yes please can this feature be added ASAP?
Keen to see this feature added! Pleeease!
Hi Board Pro - is this on the schedule for this 2021 year? The last update was from June 2020. This is the most popular feature request on here. Cheers.
I hope the devs can revisit this timeline - it's a popular request and one that my Board members are asking for. It would really help me out with 4 Boards and 2 committees when multi-person actions fall on my shoulders to chase up... when it should be BoardPro doing that!
Yes please, very keen for this!
This would be a really helpful feature!!
Would love to see this rolled out.
This would be excellent. Please fast track this
Agree. yes please!
This should be a simple fix and will make a big positive difference to us.
Thanks for the response, but would be good to pull this up the chain a bit.
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