Custom Dropdown Fields give your team more options for standardization across the platform. This feature will provide you and your team more options to standardize and help control how your roadmap data is organized. Custom dropdown fields allow you to expand the types of data added to your roadmap while supporting an additional layer of filtering. This feature is meant to build confidence in the roadmap as a reliable and easy to use source of information.

Creating Custom Fields

Admins can create custom dropdown fields from the Account Settings page within their accounts. Once added, the custom dropdown fields will appear in all roadmaps across the platform.

Professional and Enterprise Admins have the option to add up to two custom dropdown fields. These are set at the account level. Once saved, custom dropdown fields will apply to all roadmaps within the account. Custom dropdown fields are managed under the Standardize tab nested under Account Settings (linked here).

Admins will be able to select the field values, add colors and even descriptions for each of the dropdown options.

Note: You can also delete custom fields from your Settings. Please note that this will delete that field across all roadmaps. Any data that may have been populated in that field will be lost.

Utilizing Custom Fields

Once configured, you can click on a bar and/or container to select from the dropdown menu. You’ll be able to make selections and edits from the bar/container details page or in-line at the Table View. From the Table, you’ll also be able to sort by the dropdown fields. Multi-bar editing is supported across all layouts.

Dropdowns will be visible and filterable from both Portfolios and roadmaps.

Filtering

Dropdown fields are filterable. Editors will be able to create views and apply filters based on dropdown field values. To maximize the functionality of this feature, we encourage you to filter your roadmap by custom dropdown fields. By utilizing custom dropdown fields, you can filter the data and create custom most important for your stakeholders. Filters work with both personal and custom views.

This feature is available on both Professional and Enterprise plans along with Trials.

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