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Am 27.07.2016 um 17:08 schrieb Cor Nouws:

Alexander Thurgood wrote on 27-07-16 16:46:

Indeed, to second Regina's point, most businesses working in a Windows
(and even on a Linux CIFS share in businesses where I've worked
previously) network environment have their templates stored in multiple
different folders for the various "activities" or "departments" of that
business, and not necessarily all on the same fileshare mountpoint. How
will the new template manager layout deal with such a business workflow
? And how will the Sales department know the difference from a
ReminderLetter template to that of the same name used by the Accounts
department ?

I think by creating a "category" with <any> name for <any> department or
group or use case.

Categories are just folders.
So there should be no change. Just the view is different.

Apart from that: if that solution fails, it would be _most_ _helpful_ if
people with different needs jump in _early_ when all work is discussed.
Not with RC3 :)

Sure, the concept is there for months, and we discussed this in each weeks Design Hangout while 
Akshay was working on it.
So things that come up now can only go into 5.3, not 5.2.


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