|Ability to display images in a column in a query prompt, if you target a class that contains an image blob attribute. So for example a requester can browse among your Catalog Objects in Asset Management, and also view the image of each object (kind of a webshop style)|
we use work item class extension for almost all of our customers. It would be really cool to use them in the Cireson search as well.
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The watch list feature is great, but how do end users know they have been added to a watch list.
At this point, OOB it appears there is no built in notification feature that you've been added to a watch list for workitems..
The user has to physically look at their watch list. Users just don't do that.
The theory behind this feature is good, but for this to be a great value adding feature for users, it needs notification features for added to watch list, comment logs and resolved notification.
Much like the notify analyst reminder function (email listing all active workitems) a watch list reminder for users would be positive option.
I see the potential, but without notification its pretty much adds no value to the system unless you can tell the other users they are on a workitems watch list.
I have a number of teams that would use this function, but want notifications.
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In this zip is a couple of files. psaClick goes in custom.js whether it's directly or via a script loader. The other is a custom form definition for a Powershell activity form and it can just sit in CustomSpace. psaClick will add a button to the Activity header of Powershell Activities on a Service Request or Change Request and allow you to click through to a proper form for the PSA that lets you see the script and the output. This is helpful especially for failed PSAs. Hopefully it will prevent you from having to dig through the console to see why it failed. Keep in mind that this uses the DynamicData form that is only available in version 9 or higher.