Have you ever worked on a team project and felt the need to share important information about the entire project, but struggled to find a way to do so? Whether it's a new project or a long-standing mailbox, keeping your team informed is essential for effective collaboration. Luckily, DoneDone has a feature to help you with this – Project & Mailbox Notes.
In this blog post, we'll introduce you to Project & Mailbox Notes, explain how they work, and why you should start using them right away. Read on to learn how to leverage this feature to keep your team informed and make your work more productive.
To access Notes, simply navigate to the project or mailbox you're working on, and look for the "Notes" tab in the lower right corner. Once you're there, you'll see a text editor where an Admin can input any relevant information that your team should know about the initiative they're working on.
Project & Mailbox Notes can be used to share important project-wide information such as technical briefs, links to external resources, or info about the team and the current workflow. They're also a great way to keep everyone on the same page – whenever a teammate has a common question about the project, they can look to the Notes tab for clarification.
Admins have edit access to Project & Mailbox Notes, while anyone added to the Project or Mailbox can view them. This means that anyone on the team can check out the Notes at any time, even if they weren't added to the project or mailbox originally.
If you're ever in the dark about a certain project's details, you can easily refer to the Notes instead of having to bother your teammates with questions.
In conclusion, Notes offer an easy solution for sharing important project-wide information which empowers team members to stay informed. When everyone is on the same page, workflows become much smoother, and projects can be completed more efficiently.