I want to show tasks in which the task name contains "Company" but
doesn't contain "Logo" (I want to filter out any tasks that have
"Company Logo" in the title). Every time I try to apply both filters,
one keeps getting deleted.
For a custom form I want to use for both an issue and the converted
projected, when considering permissions on the section breaks, is there
a way to allow the user who submitted the issue to edit the request but
not the project?
@Heather Kulbacki‚ you are an absolute LIFESAVER. Good point on giving
project access to users before I move the requests. And another good
point on the bulk editing; I'll probably plan to bulk move the requests
in groups of 100 so WF doesn't freeze on me. Thank you thank you THANK
YOU for giving su...
Ahhh that makes sense! Thank you for answering my questions. I joined my
company's WF admin team after our request queues were set up, so I have
no knowledge or experience in how they work. So let's say I'd like to
manually move all requests completed in 2019 to a new Master Project
called "2019 Req...
If I were to route new requests to a new "master" project, then wouldn't
every request's "resolving project" field display that master project?
We display that resolving project field on our requestors' dashboard so
they can easily see if the request has been converted to a project yet,
as well as h...
I'm hesitant to do this because we have some reports that rely on our
current queue that I don't want to mess with. Do you know if there's a
way to make requests automatically be removed from the request queue and
transferred into a designated project when their status changes to
Is there a way to create global default settings for Manager users in
Workfront Proof? When a new user's profile is automatically generated in
WF Proof, I want their time zone, date format, user details, and default
email alert settings to automatically be set to certain settings.
Currently, I have ...