I checked into my Trello boards today and saw that the Custom Fields power-up has changed. Please advise how I would now:
Additionally, before the change, a text field with a hyperlink could be clicked on to go straight to the link destination. Now what's gone from a single middle-click action, has turned into a multi-step process:
I'll be honest, these changes become more than a bit of a productivity drag, as well as cluttering up the board with secondary information that needs to be captured, but doesn't need to be presented on the card fronts.
What's the plan to make this a useful feature again?
Yes, we did release a major foundational update to Custom Fields that's come with a handful of changes. Many of these were necessary in order to allow for further updates down the road, but we've made a series of updates throughout the week to address some of these and other comments.
That said, you're not able to change the name of the Custom Fields button, or hide the fields from the front of the card at this time, though we're tracking those requests!
We removed the emoji picker, that's true, but you can always use your native OS's emoji picker: https://blog.getemoji.com/emoji-keyboard-mac
We did add back a clickable arrow for when we detect that the text is a hyperlink which will let you in one click open the link. We're working on it!
@Michael Labrecque-Jessen - is there a new limit on how many custom fields you can have in a single board now? I know this used to be limited to five, but it appears that's changed and I can't find any documentation on that anywhere.
Also, did the number of values I can add to a single-select dropdown field also change? Is there a limit on this number of values for a single field?
Thank you... I tried to pick the emoji from an emoji picker and did not work.
So if I add :exclamation: in a card description or comments is fine, the image is displayed but if I use the same in a custom field or title just the text :exclamation: is displayed and not the image.
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