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is there a way for people to custom change label colors on a team?

looking for a solution that would allow people on my team to change the label colors so that it's custom to their viewing. (i.e. I could set label XYZ to blue, while someone else could have it come up as red.) is there an option for this? this closest accommodation I'm seeing is the color blind mode -- but that hasn't been the right solution for accommodating visual processing disorder related needs. 

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Dave
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Feb 25, 2021

Hi @tara-ndrc ,

Sorry for the slow response to your question... unfortunately this isn't possible at the moment and this has come up as a request before. The original intention was that the colouring just provides a way of distinguishing between issues rather than having a direct meaning. We recognise that there is a need to ensure that colouring is retained between users and plan views but unfortunately this isn't on our immediate roadmap to address. I appreciate that this answer isn't what you would be hoping for, but I just wanted to be honest and set your expectations realistically,

Regards,
Dave

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