When entering a string of key words into search, Workfront is designed
to find all words in various combinations. So, when searching "for
college of nursing", results will include "college of nursing",
"college", "for", "nursing", etc. The logic behind search is that every
keyword is connected with a logical "OR" rather than a logical "AND".
Because of this, we get hundreds of results. We can click the drop down
and go to Advanced search which functions with "AND" logic. Getting to
the advanced ...
I would like to know if other users experience problems with Workfront
release dates that are not planned far enough in advance. I am going to
be out of the office in March and Workfront can't tell me the date
2018.1 will be released. I just know it's in March sometime. It's
frustrating that Workfront doesn't understand the importance of planning
in advance. Also, there have been several releases that occurred during
our board meeting. We do not release anything that week, but Workfront
I made a similar request, please also vote on the idea:
I had a user ask for this again last week.
I participated in the Workfront 2018.1 preview release webinar today. No
one mentioned the Agile functionality that was rolled back in November.
When will we be able to see stories and issues in Agile story boards and
lists? NOTE This functionality was removed from the Production
environment on November 14, 2017. It is planned to be reintroduced to
the Preview environment early in 2018 with an enhanced design and
increased stability. It will be available in the Production environment
with the 20...
It does not look like the Agile backlog and scrum story board
functionality has been rolled back in our environment. Methodology is
still showing as radio buttons to choose either Kanban or Scrum, so I am
forced to have one of them checked. Are any of you all still having
issues? (We have submitted several Workfront help desk tickets about the
issues we are still having.) The only features being removed tonight are
the agile features: