Yes but i didn't understand anything.....can you set it up for me please?
Just FYI this is not how you ask for help, either online or in real life. Show what you tried so far, and then come and ask.
More than 4 days just for support!?!?!?
It seems your reading comprehension could use some work.
I didn’t say anything about having to wait four days for support, but that your first post on this forum was ~4 days ago.
Your first post has gotten responses relatively quickly despite being in the wee hours of the morning for HQ.
Calm down a little and maybe people would be more inclined to help you.
@apple-pro wow man, talk about a rage quit.
You literally started posting four days ago. That is not nearly enough time to get any meaningful help.
Software development and support can be slow (unless you’re paying for it). It’s a fact of life.
Admittedly, the learning curve is on the high side compared to other software, but no one got better at life by doing only the easy things. That’s how you learn.
The tutorials are not hard to follow, but there is some basic developer knowledge you’d need to know, all of which is very easy to Google.
Hope you fare better in future endeavors
See some of the comments I made here:
@tradingdojo lots of people come in with ideas for what this platform could do; you're not the first, and certainly not the last.
I think that @pichalite's (somewhat salty, imo) response is that a lot of requests come in like this, but are detrimental to the core project, either as a distraction from what the software is supposed to do, or a feature that only a few people will use.
I've been at a company where feature bloat was a cancer in the product, and was a major factor in why it was hard to implement a lot of things easily. I really respect that this team judiciously chooses to leave things out of core and build everything as a plugin (which has its own problems) but it essentially avoids the scenario where person A has to deal with all the feature bloat that they won't use because person X really needed feature Y.
However, the great thing about this business model is, it's open source and free for you to hack on, so no one will stop you from using it as a project management system. I do agree with pichalite that effort is probably better spent using something that's designed more for your purpose (trello, quip, confluence comes to mind), but it's up to you.
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