Make Footer configurable
Currently the Linchpin footer is not fully configurable. It would be helpful to easily change existing colums (Help, Intranet Tools, Admin) hide unused columns / links and create new ones instead e.g. we would like to add company specific help links or (c)-Text to the footer Footer is handled via a table without IDs to use for CSS modifications which is not so user friendly.
Linchpin Theme, Custom CSS & JS in Space Layout
Like In the global linchpin theme configuration we want to add customized CSS and JS in the space layout configuration.
Reduced (animated) header when scrolling
Currently the header takes a lot of space and is either sticky (fixed) or disappears when scrolling - depending on the settings. It would be nice to have the option to have a reduced narrow header with navigation (e.g. without flyouts or as a burger menu) and some hidden or reduced elements when scrolling down - and the full header when scrolling to the top again.
Styling Header Icon Menus
In the LP Theme configuration it is possible to color the header icons, but not their menus. We would like to set the colors for these.
Multiple Linchpin Dashboards
Right now, there is only one Linchpin dashboard, and if this does not fit some users, those need to be directed to space start pages. While this existing feature works as advertised, I want to suggest a more elegant way: As an administrator, I want to be able to configure multiple instances of the Linchpin dashboard for different user groups. This would reduce the number of spaces with only one page (especially, if there are a lot of different user groups) and give more usable space without the left page hierarchy.
Add individual links to sidebar
Users asked us wether we could add additional links to the side bar (not in section "apps") so that we can offer more direct links to most used internal sites or systems.
Integrate Comala Document Tasks within My Tasks
The ability to show Comala Document Tasks within the My Tasks sidebar
Add folders for favorites
Users would like to create folders (similar to the ones that some browsers offer for organization bookmarked links) in the favorites section of "my work" sidebar.
Include "Panel" in Linchpin Theme
The native Confluence macro "Panel" is used a lot in our instance. The default settings (colors for text, bg, frame etc) would be great in the Linchpin Theme config. Currently we have this in custom CSS