Description - Multi-level groups structure provide enormous benefit and
enterprise-level management. Many settings preferences propagate
throughout a hierarchical groups structure and allow for group-level
control. Project Preferences and Task & Issue Preferences are examples
of this. This same leve...
Thank you for the kind words, @Doug Den Hoed‚, -- I'll defer to the
Community on the resonance of this solution, but I have found that a
doubly-formed prefix of a 2- or 3-character prefix followed by a 2- or
3-character department code provides a good balance of scalability and
identification that i...
Hi Debbie! The sub-project method is very useful for “task heavy”
deliverables as you describe, or where separate teams execute on
specific channel deliverables. It sounds like you are doing much of that
already if you are placing your deliverable projects (i.e., the
“sub-projects”) under a campaign...
LEAP Session Q&A: Governance: Step-by-Step Taking on, or maintaining
governance over your Workfront environment can be a daunting effort as
it is often viewed and means something different in so many ways. In my
Virtual LEAP 2020 presentation which you can view here, I break it all
down in 7 steps a...
LEAP Session Q&A: Campaign Management Whether over the years, or
venturing into for the first time, working with campaigns with Workfront
is an important endeavor. My colleague, @Tyler Holt‚ , and I, explore
the ways to work with campaigns in Workfront and where to exploit
various Workfront componen...