i wanted to add many projects to an Application. Then i realized, that although i am able to filter and display a subgroup of fitting projects … i cannot add them all in one go.
Please relieve me from the hassle to click on 30 (random guess) boxes plus wait for the server to react to my click
For example: A button/checkbox could be placed where my elaborate hand/machine drawn art has placed it in followin mockup (typo: replace “All” with “selection”) Further reasoning below picture. Maybe you see a different solution for my original “challenge”
Try to describe the problem or opportunity you are seeing and why it matters. The closer you stick to this topic template, and the more information you provide, the better chance you have to generate a real discussion.
A few questions to help you:
- What are you trying to accomplish?
Actually i want to see an overview of my Portfolio containing also the coverage and the duplication metrics. After realizing that these are not displayed in Portfolio Breakdown, but are displayed in Application-Projects i wanted to add all/many projects in to an application Then i found out how tedious that would be.
- Why does this matter to you?
Because i was asked how to accomplish this Obviously someone thought it would be helpful for their thought processeses to see the portfolio breakdown
- How would that look in SonarQube? Alternatives?
See above / Idk
- How would we know it works well?
Huh? I dont grok that question. Ok i try: Maybe because it is a rather default-ish ux pattern?
- Why should it be a priority now?
I dont do priorities.
//edit: I deliberately chose to frame it this way. I could also have asked for adding the two metrics to portfolio breakdown. But then i thought: This ux pattern is helpful in applications, despite my original challenge. Also i do not want to discuss why these two metrics are (or are not) in Portfolio breakdown.
But now i am wondering: Were they left out deliberately? If yes: why? (my shoulder-angel comments: this is a separate thread, daniel! )