Today we’re introducing project views. Project views let you create custom views of projects according to properties such as status, project health, team, and target date range. This allows you to better track projects and share this information with other members of your Linear workspace.
Here are a few examples of project views that you can create:
- At Risk projects: See which projects are currently at risk to quickly spot projects that need attention.
- Quarterly review: Look at projects completed last quarter and compare that to last quarter's planned roadmap.
- Upcoming releases: Create a list of projects that are coming up for release by filtering for specific milestones (e.g. Alpha, Beta, GA).
- Projects across roadmaps: Filter by roadmap to create a view of projects across different roadmaps.
Project Views can be created from the Views page or by saving a filtered project or roadmap view. See more example project views in the docs.
The Linear desktop app now supports organizing work across multiple tabs. Tabs in Linear closely mirror the tab management features you’re accustomed to in web browsers, including pinned tabs, drag to re-arrange, and a host of keyboard shortcuts. You can even use the command menu to search across your tabs by pressing T.
To get started, open a new tab with Cmd/Ctrl Tor by holding Cmd/Ctrl and clicking a link. If you don't see tabs in your desktop app yet, you may need to restart your app or download version 1.18 from linear.app/download.
We've built an activity log that shows you a historical list of issues that you've interacted with in some way. Go the Activity tab in My Issues to see issues where you've added a comment, reacted to a comment, changed its status, linked a pull request, or created, updated, or deleted the issue. This should make it easier to find issues you’ve touched earlier but are not able to find through search or the recently viewed issues dropdown in the desktop app.
By default, the activity log orders issues by the activity date. You can change the ordering, grouping, and apply filters like any other view to focus or find the issues you need.