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    Default Web Client Tasks & Nested Folders

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    In the web client there is a nice feature which allows you to nest task folders. This feature works great the one thing that I noticed is the nested folders are treated separately instead of cumulatively. Meaning if you have a parent folder "Tasks" and child folders "A" and "B". If you create a task in folder "A" when you hover over Tasks the total number of tasks is still 0. Also when you click on the parent folder the child folder tasks do not showup until you browse to the child explicitly. I understand that this functionality is not necessary. But it might be a nice fix for the future.

    I didn't want to post a bug unless advised by admin because it is rather trivial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hexfusion View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by hexfusion View Post
    I didn't want to post a bug unless advised by admin because it is rather trivial.
    File an RFE in bugzilla (don't forget to search first to see if there's already one filed).
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