My support question is about making the project overview screen more effective / space efficient.
My team manage a project that contains a number of channels and a number of environments, we do not use the octopus’s method of multi tenancy
In the attached image there are 4 areas I would like to discuss.
The orange box show a channel where there are no environments that this user is allowed to deploy to (restricted by permissions). The system correctly hides all the environments, but still shows the channel and takes up a lot of screen space. In my case I have 4 channels that this user cannot use, (the screen shot only shows the 1 redundant one) but it is much more of a pain in real life.
The green box shows a large amount of dead space, This means I need to scroll right (a pain) particularly when there is plenty of spare space on the screen.
The red box shows the version number for the release. This seems totally redundant as that information is always the same on that row.
The blue box shows the channel. This seems even more pointless as this entire table can only be for that channel.
Both the red and blue box just introduce “noise” and take up valuable screen space.
I know you probably have a mountain of things to develop, but this seems like an easy win. All you would need to do is remove redundant items and make the spacing better. My team would appreciate if you could resolve this issue. We love octopus, but this is the landing screen for most of my team and it sets a very bad impression from their “deployment teams” perspective.