I don't know the answer to your specific question Dan, but I do simply
use an extra column that I share (sharecol=true) that has the separator
there, in some instances. For example merging a name and a description
and adding a line in between... I'd add two columns, one for name, one
for description, then use the method here to add a third column under
the subheader "Merge data from two columns with a line break" to then
merge the two initial columns together. Except instead of using
value= I'd ...
Hi @Doug_Den_Hoed__AtAppStore, thanks for the tip! I didn't quite get it
(can you get the last run date of a dashboard report? what's that field
called?), but I tried something close that I think will work well enough
- I created a Reports report, with only the Dashboards and Last Viewed
Date, then sorted by date & filtered out the recent ones. I displayed it
as a chart per year, and it's good enough for an instance cleanup
overview... most dashboards show up 2+ times because of how many reports...
@MoniqueEvans I was too afraid to break it (can list columns be appended
together?! I guess they can!), so I tried on a copy and was very pleased
to see this work. I now have a really meaningful report of all our
dashboards... now if only we had "last viewed" for dashboards like we
have for reports! I tried using the same text as would've been on the
Reports reporting, to no avail... but you know what, I'm that much
closer to what I wanted to do and it's great already!
I think that on top of resource managers and project managers being able
to see summary info about a user's time (Resource Management > Planner),
such as Available hours, Budgeted Hours, Planned Hours, Actual Hours for
a particular time frame, it would be nice if the user themselves would
be able to see that overview - just about themselves, not any other
User. That way they could quickly help resource/project managers in
rectifying issues if they see any or even feel a bit more privvy to what
Agreed - being able to have a table that shows available - budgeted -
planned - actual hours side by side, per user, per timeframe (for us,
per month), is a basic requirement for resource allocation and planning.
This needs to stay as a functionality piece in order to maintain the
usefulness of Workfront in resource planning.