hi, you haven't really mentioned anything you and your user have tried.
For example, has the user tried clearing cache and cookies? Have you
tried logging in as the user to see if you can replicate the issue? Have
you tried resetting the user profile? If after all this you still see a
problem, I recommend submitting a helpdesk ticket.
hey I'm not super great at editing reports so for me probably the
simplest way to do this is by putting calculated fields on the project
and task levels that clear the time (you can get some ideas from this
) and then compare those calculated fields to each other. I'm reasonably
sure that you could probably also go into ...
My project name usually shows up, right above the proof name (see
screenshot). It sounds like this isn't happening for you, but I can't
imagine why unless you've locked down the security to a point where they
can't see the project that the document is in, or you're using a
particular way of working that I'm not familiar with. Without more
information, I can only suggest you contact the helpdesk.
I think it's a reasonable ask, so you should consider submitting this as
an idea (
). Aside from this, there are a number of workarounds you might
consider. If the project truly should not be used for tasks, you could
check the project Access section (edit the project and scroll down) --
you might find there's a way to give Manage access to the request but
simply View access to the project and thereby prevent ...
hi, since there can be more than one predecessor for a task, you would
be looking in the collections tab if you're in the API explorer. If
you're familiar with collections syntax, your listmethod would be for
"predecessors", and -- this is just a guess -- I assume the if statement
would be something along the lines of "If the ID field is blank, do
nothing, otherwise do __________" (whatever the thing is you're looking
to do). Once you have the calculation for if the task has no
hi Kundan, I use this in my own workflow and have two request approvals
pending right now where I can edit custom forms. I would advise you just
call the helpdesk and share screens with them. They should be able to
set you straight. Good luck!
I think you'll find that if you select that column in your view and
click on the Advanced Options link, it will provide you with a field
format dropdown that you can use to select any of the available
date+time combinations. For workflows that are constantly looking at the
time, we make this view available to the users instead of whatever they
get as standard out-of-box views.
If I recall correctly, this is what happened in 2020 and 2021 as well
(more workfront sessions in Adobe Summit and not that many in Adobe
MAX). Your account rep might be able to tell you more. cc @jon_chen
As far as troubleshooting goes, the easiest place to start is by making
sure the start and end times are within what your instance as defined as
a day. If for example, your task was set to start at 10AM instead of
9AM, you might end up edging into the next day. You often can't see
start / end TIMES unless you create a view that specifies this
formatting, or unless you go to the task itself and look in task details
for this information.