It’s me again, your "On-Demand Workfront CSM" @CynthiaBoon with another “Top 3” video!
This time I’m sharing my favorite ways to get the most from Scheduling Reports. In the video, I show examples of how to use this feature to get even more from all the fantastic reports you build, including:
If you haven’t had a chance to experiment with report scheduling, check out the following resources on Experience League:
Do you have your favorite uses for Scheduling Reports? Please share in the comments section!
Interested in new ideas and approaches? Register for our upcoming workshops on our Experience League Events page. We hope to see you soon!
Keep 'em Comin'! These video tips are rereally useful for admins to send out to team leaders, project managers, etc. Thank you.
Yay!! I'm glad they're useful! I've got a bunch more that I'm trying to record in the next few weeks. Also, if there are any topics that you think your team leaders, and PMs would like, I'm happy to experiment.
Planner and Utilisation for sure. We need all the help we can get for these 2 areas.
One specific thing I've been trying solve is:
I'm a project manager. I have a set of "Novartis" projects for next quarter that will require 120 hours of "Scientific Editor" (role) time, 60 hours of Scientific Writer (role) time, and 160 hours of "Data Checker" (role) time from specific client teams. Do we have that capacity or do I need to get freelance help?
Something like this is what I'd love to see:
This is cool! I have some thoughts, but I'm going to check in with the big brains on the team and see what they think. Maybe come up with a Top 3 Cool ideas with Job Roles?
Although I'm interested to see what @CynthiaBoon's big brains come up with (having concluded "Not Enough, natively", when I took a run at such charts a few years ago), it did lead us to invent our Capacity Charts solution, which does "All That And More", which I invite those interested to consider.