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- Assigned to: indicates the team member who is primarily responsible for a task
- Backlog: a list of tasks that your team may need to complete to ship your project, but have not yet been scheduled or started. This is the default destination for new tasks.
- Bugfix: a task to fix a problem in your product or project.
- Changed files: a list of files in a task that have been changed since the previous commit
- Comment: thoughts shared by a team member of a workspace to a specific task or commit in a specific project
- Commit: saves the current state of a task’s contents
- Conflict: merge conflicts can occur when you merge branches that have competing commits. Conveyor needs your help to decide which changes to keep
- Conflict resolution: the process of choosing which version of a conflicted file to keep
- Contributor: a person who has made changes to the files involved in a project or task
- Current: the task that is currently being worked on
- Description: a high-level summary of a task
- Discard: tells Conveyor to remove all current changes that have not been committed in a task
- Deployment source: The location where Conveyor deploys from. Either Stable which deploys from the Stable branch, or Tasks, which deploys from any unfinished tasks.
- Deployment states: successful, in progress, and failed
- Editor: an application on your computer you use to make changes to the files in your project
- Feature: a task to add functionality to your product or client project
- Finish Task: the option to mark a task as complete and move it to Stable
- Finished: a list of completed tasks for a specific project
- For You: a list of tasks assigned to you for a specific project, categorized
- Ignore: tell Conveyor to stop tracking one or more files or folders
- Improvement: a task to improve the quality of the code for your product or project. It does not change how the product or project works(aka refactoring)
- In Progress: what your team is working on. Unlike other stages this is automatic and tasks get moved here as soon as you start working on them.
- Overview: a view of the history & current state of a task
- People: the persons who have been invited to a workspace
- Project: a product or client project you want to build and ship. Projects are associated with a specific workspace and made up of one or more tasks
- Rejected: a list of tasks that have been rejected for various reasons. These tasks can be permanently deleted or re-opened. When they are in the stated of rejected, they are not assigned to an individual
- Revert: reverses the changes made in a previous commit. This results in a new commit that takes changes from an existing commit and restores the related files & folders to their previous state.
- Rollback: a rollback will convert a Finished Task to In Progress once more and remove its changes from Stable
- Settings: all the options available for both projects and workspaces
- Stable: the production-ready version of a project, comprised of all previously completed tasks
- Stale: a state of a task that has been started, but has not had any activity for[xamount of time]
- Started: tasks that have involved one or more changes to the project contents
- Switch to Task: allows you to switch the task you're currently working on. This sets the desired task as Current and may alter the contents of the project directory
- Tag: keywords that you can add to a task for easier sorting and searching. Tags allow you to categorize tasks beyond just their type
- Task: a way to organize a related group of changes for your project. A task can be a feature, a bug fix, or an improvement. Tasks in Conveyor are powered by Git branches.
- Team: all the people invited to a workspace
- Team is working on: a list of all the tasks where someone has made a commit
- Timeline: a list of the changes and actives for a Conveyor project.
- Target: The location where Conveyor is deploying to.
- Uncommitted: a list of files that you changed, but did not commit yet.
- Up Next: a current iteration or release that was deliberately planned by a team or a project manager.
- What’s new: a view of all open tasks for a project sorted by the most recent activity
- Workflow: the steps involved to start and finish a Task
- Workspace: a place for storing related projects. Workspaces are for individuals or shared amongst a team.
- Your agenda: a list of all the open tasks for each project that you have worked on in your workspace
- Your activity: a list of all the changes you have made