A complete and unified workflow automation for decentralized organisations, with commitment options; starting from tags (urgent, to-be-decided, type of activities, etc.) and tasks, linking all relevant information to perform the job (files or folders, emails, calendar events, project/deck, contact persons, etc.) in the targeted workflow/project/task. To improve NextCloud Deck as a center piece?
The task would be then assigned to a user (or a group of users, given a minimal number of commitments required), who will be notified a request for commitment, ideally to the mobile client. The user (or the users within the group) could then accept or refuse the commitment, or, if the task creator so provides, accept the commitment in a modified form. Inspiration could be the GitHub workflow. It’s a lot of design and structural thinking, but could be a complete game changer.
A more rational and powerful way to manage contacts; merging between contacts and users (with a filter to find the latter) + sync with external database; PHPList is super handy to import/export users and to dispatch them between lists and attributes, I would like it to inspire the NextCloud environment as to the contact database management.
We could certainly benefit from better export options. Not all apps are capable of exporting data: comments for files, tasks, deck, social, circles, Talk conversations.
Also, GDPR compliance is almost non-existent as all Data Request does is contact your admin: nothing more. Plus, how would they export the above data?
At some point, would be awesome to have Google Takeout like functionality for those users who do not have administrative control over their own accounts.
Or, incorporate Zot so users can migrate and mirror their accounts on multiple servers.
See this federated backup request as well.
Go to the Applications page. Click on one of those you don’t want your users to access. On the panel on the right side, you can choose to limit the access at some groups. So first, create a group of users you want to limit the access.
It doesn’t work for all the applications. They don’t all have that option.
And with some app, like Collabora or Onlyoffice for exemple, you can choose to limit directly in the app’s settings.