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Roadmap

View the official AppFlowy public roadmap​

Our roadmap is where you can learn about the features we’re working on, their status, when we expect to release them, and how you can help us. Have any questions or comments about items on the roadmap? Or feedback about the roadmap itself, such as how issues are presented? Share your feedback via the discussions.

Guide to the roadmap

Labels

Every item on the roadmap is an issue, with labels that indicate each of the following:
  • AI: features built on top of artificial intelligence technology
  • bug: something needs fixing
  • calendar: features related to the calendar database
  • ci: tasks related to continuous integrations
  • data sync: features related to syncing data across devices and tools
  • dependencies: pull requests that update a dependency file
  • documentation: this is a documentation task
  • duplicate: the issue or pull request already exists
  • editor: features related to the rich-text editor
  • export: features related to exporting data from AppFlowy
  • good first issue for devs: for the community members to claim
  • good first issue for experienced devs: for the experienced community developers to claim
  • grid: features related to the table-view database
  • help-wanted: for the community members to claim
  • improvements: improvements on an existing feature
  • infra: engineering tasks that are not related to UX/UI features
  • install: tasks related to installing AppFlowy
  • integrations: features related to integrating third-party services
  • kanban board: features related to the board-view database
  • mobile: features related to AppFlowy Mobile
  • needs design: this requires a design spec
  • new feature: this is something new for the end user
  • notes: something to remember
  • organization: features related to organizing information in AppFlowy
  • plugins: this is a plugin task
  • program: this is a community program task
  • react: related to React
  • Rust-only: to complete this task only requires Rust
  • Rust-starter: friendly to Rust beginners
  • shortcuts: features related to keyboard shortcuts
  • tauri: features or tasks related to AppFlowy Tauri
  • tests: tasks related to writing tests
  • translation: tasks related to translating AppFlowy into different languages

Item Status

“Status” indicates the stages that the feature goes through, from “Need triage” to “Done”. Most of the options are self explanatory.:
  • Need triage
  • Need test for Windows / Linux / macOS
  • Wait for reporter
  • Ready for assess
  • Planned: included in our plan
  • Not Planned: decided against it
  • ToDo: in the queue of the upcoming development (next two releases)
  • In progress: currently in development
  • Blocked: have started but can’t proceed as it is blocked by something
  • Done: the development is finished and merged into the main branch

Milestones

The roadmap is arranged on a project board to give a sense of how far out each item is on the horizon. If a feature is planned, it is already or will be added to a particular milestone, aka release. For example, “Implement FlowyEditor’s RichText component” is added to v0.0.7. You will also find issues that are not planned for which no milestone is yet available. In addition, you can see a list of milestones that are already planned and track their progress here.

Views

To easily track the project based on your interest, we organize issues into different views as follows:
If you are interested in contributing to AppFlowy, please have a look at the “Help Wanted” tab where we maintain a list of issues open to the community.

Disclaimer

The roadmap is subject to change, especially further out on the timeline. Any statement in this repository that is not purely historical is considered a forward-looking statement. The forward-looking roadmap does not represent a commitment, guarantee, obligation, or promise to deliver any product or feature, or promise to deliver any product and feature by any particular date, and is intended to outline the general development plans.

Acknowledgments

This article is adapted from GitHub public roadmap’s README.md​