We have a few standard Issues configured that we apply to our projects using the Queue Setup. These Issues use custom forms to ensure consistency in the data that needs to be provided, depending on the type selected. For example, in our case we have one for Action Items and one for Status Reports. When the user needs to provide either of these for a project, they simply navigate to the Issues tab, click the new issue button, and select they type of Issue that they need to add. After they select the type of issue, the appropriate form appears. This works great except when we get that one rogue resource that uses the "Add More Issues" link at the bottom of the Issue tab, instead of using the New Issue button located at the top of the Issues tab.
The "Add More Issues" link at the bottom of the page does not honor/recognize the Queue Topics that are available for use on the project. Only the "New Issues" button does.
It would be so helpful if we had the ability to hide the "Add More Issues" link at the bottom of the Issues tab, at least by Group or Project. It just creates confusion for the users and problems for reporting.