Hey Dan, I was just helping someone with this yesterday. I found a way
to do this through a journal entry report.However - I did find that you
are unable to group by the status: Hope that helps get you started!
Hi Danny, We use calendars to track this. We use custom forms on the
tasks to identify what channel they are using and who the audience is.
The calendar function is great so we can color code by audience or
channel (we use two reports) so we can see where we have overlap. Hope
I'm with you on that Heather! I have thousands of projects from my PM
days as well! Our users are the greatest at using filters - they get
these buttons though, and now they are wondering why they have so many
projects. Another thought is adding in the 'My Projects' filter (current
projects that the signed in user is on) as another button?
Hey Josh, One other comment on these buttons - we noticed that the
'Projects I'm On' and 'Projects I Own' filters shows inactive/complete
projects. It would be great if it only showed the active projects. Is
this something that you are looking into? Thanks!
HI Christopher, I'm pretty new to using API calls, but I use Postman and
it makes these calls fairly easy to setup. I tried one of my calls
without a project ID and got an error that said the project ID cannot be
null. I don't think you can create issues without attaching them to a
project. Hope that helps!