YES! We have specific views for certain users and/or certain projects. I
would even expand on this idea to allow sys admins to set default views
by the user and portfolio or program. It is quite frustrating for users
when they have to keep toggling between views.
annaasatryan: Please help us understand how an idea for how to make
projects easier, which had the 6th most likes of all the project ideas
submitted, is not given consideration. I understand the WorkFront needs
to prioritize efforts, but it seems rather dismissive to not provide any
kind of timing or framework. Commit dates create a lot of extra noise
and it seems like it would be a pretty easy win to eliminate them from
the view of users.
We use Portfolios and Programs to divide up different types of work that
are handled very differently. It would be wonderful to be able to create
custom views, templates, custom forms, etc. that are only available in
specified Portfolios and Programs. This would help us eliminate extra
noise for users and make set up and day-to day use less manual.
This would be wonderful!! Commit dates are super confusing for users and
do not seem to drive anything for our system. Our users work from the
Planned Completion date, so having an old or inaccurate date visible
incites panic that deadlines are in jeopardy.
Right now, the text fields for Custom Forms are capped at 2,000. It
would be great to increase that for larger thoughts (such as marketing
strategy for a campaign, or debriefing results of a campaign). It would
be even greater if there were options in the custom form field set up to
select the character limit so Sys Admins could control that (similarly
to how we can select field width).
This post has been closed as a duplicate. All votes have been moved to
the original: Bold, Color, Italics, Highlight, Underline Options on
Custom Forms We would like to be able to paste or draft text into Custom
Form text fields that maintains formatting such as bold/italics, color,
bullets and indents. Rationale - larger text entries look like a huge
word-dump and are difficult for users and leaders to consume.