Similar to the new "Undo" pop-up message, can we add a warning pop-up
when you are about to send an update without notifying anyone? This
would tremendously help because despite constant reminders, people share
updates without tagging people, creating many missed communications.
The new delegation of tasks and issues functionality is exciting, but I
believe many users will find this first iteration impractical. It would
be a rare scenario for us to have a user delegate ALL of their tasks and
issues to one single person - who has time to carry the full workload of
When a resource goes out of the office, weather it is 1 day or 6 months,
sometimes timelines cannot shift, so someone else needs to complete out
tasks, issues, requests, proofs, etc.... We would like to have an option
in the profile setting for each resource that they could place in an OOO
and who i...
Add the option to notify users when they are unassigned (removed) from
any type of workflow object; projects, tasks, requests, proofs, etc.As
of right now, there is no way for a user to be notified if they are
unassigned from any type of workflow object in Workfront. You can be a
project sponsor, as...
An email notifications to the project owner for new requests added to a
completed project should work even if a project is completed. This is
crucial for anyone wanting to implement a change request process without
going through the extra step of tagging someone in a comment since the
goal of Workfr...
When a system admin is doing large bulk updates, especially on
historical data or back-end data, they often do not need to notify the
project owner, etc. of the update. These notifications happen when a
closed project has to be reopened, updated and reclosed. This causes
confusion to project owners ...
Before we started using Single Sign On (SSO) to access Workfront, there
were notifications on the login screen. These were system notifications
from Workfront indicating possible issues with Workfront or notifying
the users that Workfront would be going down at a particular time. Now
that we use SSO...
We advise reviewers within the same stage that they must communicate and
decide amongst themselves who will be the Decision-maker, as it will
then lock the stage and lock the other reviewer out when they do. The
problem is, they have no way of knowing if their stage is set to "Only
one decision requ...