I'd like to be able to identify the note as belonging to a category for
reporting purposes, for example, meeting notes, blocked, priority, etc.
Today we mimic this by putting a #xxx in the body of the update then
then search for notes that "contain" the hash tag, but this is clumsy at
As WF users move from one home group A to B as a result of a position
change, we would like to keep the hours they entered during their time
in Home Group A there, rather than having them move to Home Group B when
we change the home group on their profile. Is there a way to do this
with out "fudging...
We are starting our Demand Management journey and are considering the
use of score cards to help us "make sure the cream rises to the top."
Anything you are willing to share that we can learn from will be much
That is precisely where we are - WF is our enterprise management tool.
DevOps doesn't really give us any visibility there. We are embarking on
a full blown demand and resource planning initiative. One of the
questions emanating from that initiative is can we use WF instead of
DevOps without giving u...
Jane - we currently use DevOps - ideally we'd like to move our agile
teams to WF, but there is resistance from our Agile center of
excellence. I am part of a small team that is trying to outline a means
of moving from one to the other. One of the highest pain points is
prioritization of epics, featu...
Sign me up - I am trying to work through how to move us from DevOps to
Workfront. Anything the group can help me with would be great! f @Agile
Conversation‚ too, if you want to join it. Tagging @Melissa Pickering
(Workfront, Inc.)‚ and @Michelle Smith (Customer)‚ and @Jane Bradshaw
I am looking for a way to manage an Agile Product backlog without
releasing all of the projects in the backlog to the team. Wondering if I
could make the backlog a Plan and the initiatives the projects. This
would let me prioritize the Projects/Initiatives sequentially and
convert them to an actual ...