Coming soon: We are introducing a fresh new look for record drawer and details pages on September 30, 2020. This article describes the current experience. Preview the upcoming improvements in your account now so you can get familiar with the new way of working in Aha!

  • Switch to the new experience using a toggle in the More options button in the drawer of each record.
  • The toggle is unique to each user — so you can opt in and out as often as you like.
  • We also updated the application font in the new experience for improved text legibility.

Files can be attached throughout Aha! to help define workflows, manage successful releases, provide additional context, and any other way you may need to inform your work.

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Attach files throughout your account

As you work in Aha! it may be necessary to save external files to support your plans. You may do this by selecting Attach files in any detail drawer in Aha!


Once the file is attached to the Aha! record, it will be available from that record's detail but also centrally visible as part of an overall attachment directory in Workspace > Files. Files can be viewed as thumbnails or as a list in both locations.

Note: Aha! imposes two maximum limits on file upload size: files must be smaller than 300MB, and they must be able to be uploaded in less than 40 seconds.


Anti-virus scanning (Enterprise+ only)

For Enterprise+ subscribers, Aha! automatically scans all uploaded files for viruses. This helps protect against malicious files being uploaded and shared with other users in your account. If Aha! detects a virus in a file being uploaded, the upload is rejected and the user is notified.

Note: This functionality is in addition to the server-level protections Aha! provides for all accounts by default.


See all files in your workspace

The files menu enables you to easily search and filter your entire workspace for images, PDFs, documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. 



Share files and attachments outside of Aha!

Individually attached files can also be shared with others via Aha! presentations to support an overall roadmap communication. To do this, click on a file. If the file type can be added to a presentation, you will have the option to Add to presentation from the Share menu.


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