What I did:
Sorted the sub-items of one particular pulse alphabetically, and hit ‘Save’ when I was done. At the time, I only had the sub-items of the one specific pulse visible (all other pulses were collapsed so their sub-items were not visible).
Every sub-item on the board was sorted alphabetically. This includes the pulses in different groups, and all the pulses that were collapsed at the time.
What I expected to happen:
Only the sub-items of the parent pulse would be sorted, and all other sub-items would not be sorted (including, and especially, those not visible at the time).
Suggestion to make Monday better:
Incorporate additional sorting options/controls that will enable the operation to be limited to a subset of the board. Here are some of the different options that could be offered:
- current pulse only
- all visible sub-items
- all sub-items in the current group
- all sub-items for the entire board
Two alternative options for improvement:
- Change the default behavior so it only sorts the sub-items in the current pulse
- Warn the user that the operation will affect all sub-items, including those not visible.