Split 'references and ready-to-use' files in task

Dear Product Team,

It's kinda confusing thing to understand what is 'reference image' and what is 'ready to use image', which our designer added to the task.

As you see, one file was added from task description field as a reference, and other file added from comments section, but it's impossible to discern one from the other (red rectangle):

I know that you could suggest to use "add to review" option, but it not helps with other types of files. I guess we need some sections, which will separate added files.

Also would be great to be able to add short comment to each file in "red rectangle area" (check screenshot).

 

Kind regards.

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Stephanie Westbrook

Hi Valentin, I've run into a similar situation myself before so I really understand this request. You're right, "add to review" would be one workaround we would suggest! Including some information in the file attachment name could also be helpful, but I understand that is not a fix for what you're looking for. 

We'll make sure to send people here so they can +1 the request if we hear anything similar.

P.S. The cat image is definitely the winner there :)

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Upvoted - My team would also find more organization for the attachments useful. It would be nice if the organization could be defined on either a task or workflow level.

For example, a task using a Web Design type of workflow could set up a "Reference" folder, "Brainstorming" folder, and "Production Ready" folder of attachments, similar to what Valentin requested.

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Hi guys,

I'd love something like this for our team too.

Just a way to separate out the attachments, or to be able to create our own folders to sort the images would be great.

 

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