I think configurable views are a great idea.
Currently I sort my projects, results and tasks in list. Now going to a taskplanning I have a different list for kinda kanban-status. Moving an item to the kanban-list, I will loose the context to the original place in the project-overview. This is ugly. Of course tags could help sorting here. However items move to a different context. There is also a clone-feature-request. This could be a way to create custom lists with items from different contexts (documents/lists).
Here is another idea using a configurable view.
What about create a configurable view as a custom document.
- You create a search (including level, grouping and sorting funictionality).
- You add this search-“configuration” as item to a list.
- Now automatically the list is filled with the items regarding to the search.
This way you could pretty free generate your own views on your data (documents and lists)
I guess there will be some challenges with cloning, sorting and referencing to the original items. However, it should be doable, shouldnt it?
What you think about the idea?