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  • Hi Marshall, This discussion right here will help you better understand: "https://community.workfront.com/discussions/community-home/digestviewer/viewthread?GroupId=295&MessageKey=ae380a83-04c0-461f-b640-8e3666cc7025&CommunityKey=ccf3381b-a473-4ef2-9f81-4dd3244cf522&tab=digestviewer">https://commu...

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  • A couple different ways to handle it (that I can think of): Firstly, to add the user's manager for approval of the time sheet, and make sure that the manager's email settings are instant for time sheet approvals. Secondly, if you need to collect specific data points that are not easily captured by t...

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  • The simplest way I can think of is to use the SUM and CONTAINS function. In your example you'd want to have something like: SUM(CONTAINS("Compliance Center", {Solutions Being Implemented}), CONTAINS("I-9", {Solutions Being Implemented}), CONTAINS("WeVerify", {Solutions Being Implemented)) And so...

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  • This is happening in our instance as well and seems to be independent of the browser we use. James Bender Jackson/JTS

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  • The easiest way to change the queue topic on an individual item is by creating a report (possibly prompted) that includes Queue Topic Name as a column. A report is better than a view because if you view the issues on a particular project, you can only set a queue topic name that exists on that proje...

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  • What are you trying to get out of your report? You might be better off using an Hours report and filtering where hour:entryDate > $$TODAYbm-1m. In this way you could then group by entryDate --> Month. James Bender Jackson/JTS

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  • Thanks both of you! I really needed both answers, as I have other uses for accessing nested collections objects. James Bender Jackson/JTS

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  • As Iddriss mentions, you use the OR:(1-999) syntax to create new combined or statements. For an example that matches a little closer your question about combining AND and OR statements, see the following: To get all projects where (Portfolio = HighGrowth AND Owner = Bob) OR (Portfolio = FixedAssets ...

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  • The thing that stands out to me is the camel casing. Should be: setWorkUnit, setWorkRequired, setActualWorkRequired, setPlannedCost, etc... Second thought is that if you are creating a new task, you need a column named isNew and the data row to be 1. James Bender Jackson/JTS

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