You can now enable triage responsibility to define how incoming issues and requests are handled in Triage. When an issue is added to Triage, you can either notify or assign the issue to specific workspace members. We recommend notifications for most product teams, but assignment works well for teams that typically handle small requests that anyone can pick up. If your team uses PagerDuty, you can connect a PagerDuty schedule to automatically rotate who is responsible for triage.
Triage responsibility is indicated in issue history, so anyone can easily see who was responsible for handling an issue. We recommend this feature for any team using Triage.
To start using triage responsibility, go to your team's Triage inbox and click the unassigned icon in the header or to the team's triage settings page.
We’ve added overview sidebars across all views in the app, including My Issues, team issue views, and project views. Previously only available on custom views and roadmaps, sidebars show you essential details about the set of issues or projects in your view and let you apply quick filters. Open the sidebar from any view with Cmd/Ctrl I.
Linear Insights is now also available across all issue and project views for Plus plan members.
Subscribe to get notified of key changes in the views you care about most. Opt-in to receive a notification when issues are added to the view or when issues are completed or canceled. This makes it easy to track your most important custom views such as high-priority bugs or issues ready for review. You can also enable notifications in the current cycle, backlog, label views, and user profiles. Subscribe to notifications directly from the view and manage subscriptions in notification settings.
💼 Set a default project template for a team
👆 Swipe gestures to close sidebars on touch devices
🗂️ Filter projects and issues by template