Thank you Elliot. I do see the capacity reflected now, but still don't
see the "time off" indicator you show in the screen cap. If you're ok
taking 20 min to talk about it, please send me an email at
email@example.com and suggest a couple times next week that would
work for you.
Agreed. It seems like they should be able to indicate this also as a
task or issue with a planned start date and planned end date. Otherwise
how is a resource manager going to know someone's not available because
they're on PTO without using other resources? Also, I'm not seeing the
diagonal lines i...
If I indicate in my personal "Time Off" that I'll be gone certain dates,
I don't see that show up in the Workload Balancer. And it still shows I
have 8 hours of capacity on my days off. Shouldn't it be indicating that
I'm not available to work those dates?
This might be the way to do it. The dates would be custom dates, then
the approver would just duplicate the dates in the planned start date
and planned end date fields (manual, but not terrible). Then all work
and PTO would show up correctly in the Teams view.
Thanks for this suggestion. I think your suggestion could work for us,
but unfortunately we wouldn't be able to see the correct PTO dates in
the "Teams" view in Workfront. Calendar views are ok, but the Teams view
is a nice way to see everything people are working on, by person, by
Thanks for this suggestion, but we do need an approval process and for
this to show up in the "Teams" view along with their work issues, which
are all based on the planned start date and planned end date. We also
want to use this same workflow for other staff to enter issues with a
planned start dat...
We have a custom form for an issue and would like to allows staff to
enter the planned start date and planned end date when they submit the
form. Workfront support confirms those dates can't be added on a custom
form. Is there a way to allow users to enter another date (custom) on
the form that woul...