I see Infinity with a lot of potentials and with just a few little things updated it could be used to resolve many important jobs in my larger team.
One of the little things is the displayed filename in various views (Table, Columns etc).
From the screenshot of a Table view below, you see there are multiple files attached to an item.
- How does an user determine which icon reflects which specific file?
- With mouse over, the browser shows the direct URL (on AWS) to the file with a random filename. With the randomized filenames, the user still cannot determine which specific file it is.
- In the item’s detailed view, only the first 10 characters or so of the file name are displayed.
- In the Columns view, the filename is simply missing, even when the atttribute is enabled.
Suggestion: Display the filenames with mouse over or replace the icons with the file names.
Also an extended question to (2) but not related to the filename display, is anyone with the link could open the file without having access to Infinity. So the files are not access controlled. That’s a huge security concern in a multi-team or multi-company collaboration environment. Until integrations to the various cloud drives are done, It probably should at least be masked and redirected only through Infinity.
But what are those files? How does an user tell which file to use?