Question: I am the system administrator. If I click to work on the Beta - are all users logged into workfront - working on the Beta or is just my personal computer working on the Beta? Thanks for clarification. Benetta Perry APS
Cheers - if you are referring to the new MyWork --> Home option... from outside of the setup screen. That only affects 'your' login and not all users. To help demo that - if you enable it for your profile, then login as someone else and they won't have the Beta enabled (unless they turned it on) note not an official response Ha... John Seitz ESPN - System Admin - Workfront
John, Thanks. I was asking for the items / function in this beta group that some have already tested, if you sign up to be a tester, am I just testing using the beta - or my entire team, by default testing using the beta. I signed up, thus I'm in this group. But after signing up, I had this question. Benetta Perry APS
As much as I want input from those who are end users, for the context of this group we will only test with people who have actively signed up, not their whole organization.
If you want us to test with your whole organization that's entirely possible, and would actually be idea! I'd just need to have a chat with you about how we can accomplish that while maintaining your organizations privacy and security. If there is larger interest in this we can create a separate place to sign up your organization for testing.
This could be sounding really heavy, but the majority of tests sent to the signed up group will be coming from our Product Management and Design teams prior to any software engineering work. It will be mostly short studies of 5-10 questions, maybe some loosely mocked up interfaces that you can roughly click through.
The major beta's that get released with engineering work done with them will be posted about in the group here for discussion purposes, but will follow the historical beta roll out procedures.
I hope that answers your question, if not let's chat more. Trae Winterton Workfront