Hey guys, I reviewed Hive prior to my move to Clickup, and practically the only feature they had that you guys don't is the ability to enter a task with no project. This is very innovative and actually I think a differentiator.
My suggestion is for the feature to look like this:
- When entering a task, you can simple enter the title, and are required to enter nothing more.
- The task then goes to a parking lot within Clickup
- Before being transitioned to any subsequent status, Clickup would require the project/list to be added.
This could all be governed with Settings: If a team wants to allow a task to be entered with no project, and what is required upon transitioning - perhaps assignee as well as project/list?
One reason for this is Clickup, as with other systems like Jira, requires a bit of thought when entering a task quickly to figure out not only the project, but the list. You a have a plethora of market-leading "quick add" tools like the Chrome browser, app, etc. I think you could really differential ClickUp's status agains the Todoists/Things, even Google Tasks if you allowed for a simple quick entry of just the task name. I find that I will jot down stuff during meetings, on phone calls, etc. to google tasks or Todoist that I would have otherwise put in my Clickup, but I couldn't concentrate quickly enough, or I didn't have the time, to get through the whole project/list selection process.
Thanks guys for taking this under consideration!