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Date entry affects sort order of tasks This is not desired Example: an open task in line 3 is moved to line 1 after the date entry Request: The sort order of tasks can be configured in the customization settings
Get the possibility to have a floating Note, autosaved, used to fill a Summary incident report by analyst at any time, on any view of the incident
When Analyst usually works on SOAR they are using Notes to fill their finding. They are facing multiple problems: - the note is not autosave and they lose the data during tab change, timeout, or other operation - the note is not accessible on all ...
Milestone description should use the Notes format model and not being restricted to text only.
Milestone usage is limited by text only description. We could take advantage of a note model or note format to allow a more detail description of the Milestone. The idea is not to develop something else, but just re-use a standard in the SOAR: wri...
Create a form Web Page when sending a task to external users so they can directly respond in this form
When you send a task by email, OOTB, you get NO FEEDBACK.With a lot of work, you could setup inbound email to get an email response, attached-it to the task as a note, and with luck (if the user does not mess up the email response), be able to ana...
Be able to transition to complete phase wihtout a dummy task
Our organization has enforced incident has to be in complete phase to be able to close. However, there are ad hoc requests that do not have any default task, that arrives in initial phase. As an analyst, I would like to have a way to transition an...
It would be useful to have the ability to set ownership of notifications. For example Group: A notification is sent to an entire group. Once someone in that group clicks on it, it becomes read for the rest of the group. Individual: Notifications s...
When loading the "incident overview" do not render all fields of all incidents (problem with too large fields, long loading time)
We had the situation, that there was an incident in an instance of "IBM Security SOAR" that had a very large length of the description field. This resulted in a long loading time (30 seconds) of the dialog when clicking on the "Incident Overview"....
Resilient's Wiki currently is only searchable within itself by the title of the article. I propose adding a keyword search to enhance functionality and ease of use, as without this, the Wiki's usage is limited.