Dear Colwiz team,
I just did a follow-up on the lower ranks of my task list - and just realized that there are some projects I did not follow through and subsequently abandonned (for various reasons).
Is it possible you add a feature abonned tasks? It would allow to keep track of them and would help with a better self-assessment on one#s project realization-rate...
Thanks! Anna1 vote
That really would be a cool feature, we agree. Our team is constantly looking at different alternatives to improve tracking and delegations of tasks and we shall definitely take this idea into consideration too.
Currently you can still keep track of over-due tasks by searching your tasks list and sorting by date and overdue tasks will show up with a red indicator on their due dates.
You do make a strong case with your opinion as there should be some notification given to the user when their tasks get over due. Thanks for the feedback! :)
I think you should use the calendar in a different way The calendar should allow to attach files to the day in the calendar, in the form of links that can be positioned inside the square that comprehends the day in the calendar. Results obtained in that day, pdf files, versions of papers during writing should be positioned with notes that describe the results obtained for instance using popup windows.1 vote
I think that a possibility to sync the colwiz calendars and the mac calendar app would be a very nice extension2 votes
Thank you for posting. This idea has been added for review and will be considered for future updates
Adding a citation inside a figure caption doesn't work (Word Office 2010, Windows 7). The citation is given number "1", and the reference is not added to the bibliography with the citations from the main body text.1 vote
Can you tell us how you’re inserting the picture on your document? Are you doing it by going into the “Insert” tab and selecting the “Picture” button? Or by some other way? Thank you.
At the moment it can silently fail, perhaps because the paper is already there, and perhaps not.6 votes
Thanks for posting. Try downloading the latest version of colwiz off our website and see if the problem persists.
Also mention the source which you are importing from.
Would it be possible to tag the articles shared in our library with certain keywords? Or, otherwise, structure them in another way?
Let's say, our group shares several hundert publications after using colwiz for a while, and you want to see all articles which are associated with a certain topic, i.e. climate change or a certain measurement method.
In this case, it would be helpful to be able to view all papers which have a certain tag.4 votes
Thanks for posting. This feature is already present in colwiz. Once you select a publication, double click on the panel on the right to edit its details. There, you can scroll down and find the “Keywords” tab where you can add and save keywords for that article.
Once a keyword has been associated with an article, it can be searched up with that keyword using the “view all keywords” button on the top right of your colwiz library panel. Write the keyword on the search bar there and you will see all the articles associated with it.
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