I wish there was a way to set it as a default when clicking in the
Search bar, because while I agree with you, our standard user isn't
thrilled about the extra clicks (miniscule though they may be, they do
add up when there is a high volume of work to navigate).
Hey everyone, We pulled the trigger on the NWE for our userbase last
week, and have been looking for ways to track user activity and measure
how successful the launch has been (yes, we're a bit behind on that, and
without historical data it will be a little tough, but we need to at
least start!). I'm curious what sorts of metrics you all tracked when
making the switch to the NWE, or indeed even just for day to day user
activity/system health tracking. Have you found ways to follow user
I agree -- particularly because when grouping results that span two
pages, the first page will not just show the first 2000 results in a
single grouping before showing the next grouping, as one might expect,
but will prioritize the sorting column over the grouping, which can lead
to groupings being split across multiple pages.
I would love to find a solution for this too (I have had no such luck
yet). 😞 I thought perhaps Text Mode and Grouping might be the way to
go, but it seems like it would require advanced Text Mode skills (which
I do not have currently), if it's possible at all.
I've been hoping for something like this ever since I started using
Workfront five years ago, after using another PPM tool that made it very
easy to see when someone was available or not... I had hopes for the
19.3 update but, as you mentioned, that ended up being implemented with
the baffling decision to only show user PTO when assigning (which
doesn't help if the user files schedule-impacting PTO after you make
assignments). I wish I could vote for this more than once!
Oof! That sounds like it is going to be painful! We have probably 17
different channels, so I'll definitely need to be hiding these
calculated fields away (I'm thinking maybe on a separate, hidden form
altogether, if not a hidden division of the scorecard form) All the
same, a painful solution is better than no solution -- I really
appreciate your guidance, and I'm going to give it a try. Thank you!