The Redmine HedgeDoc plugin ensures that Redmine users have a central place in Redmine for all pads created with the collaborative text editor HedgeDoc (formerly known as CodiMD).
A pad is a real-time text editor that allows multiple people to edit a text document and view content simultaneously. This may be useful for project notes, protocols or workshops, for example.
HedgeDoc pads are shared with others by telling the recipients the URL. With our plugin, you no longer need to manually send the URL to each participant. Members of a project receive a central overview of all project-relevant pads in Redmine.
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- Show list of own HedgeDoc pads in Redmine
- Show HedgeDoc pads in Redmine projects, if pad name has redmine identifier as prefix. (e.g. MyProject: MyPad)
This is how it works
- Add a new HedgeDoc Pad
- Enter the name of the Redmine project as heading and allocation:
PROJECT: This is my Heading ================
- Set the access permissions (e.g. limited, that only assigned project members of Redmine have access to the content. Done.
Afterwards all added HedgeDoc Pads are listed in Redmine for central access. This list shows who the author was, how access permissions are set, when the content was created and when it was updated.