When you look at the capacity planner in Workfront for any given time period (Week, Month or Quarter) and you expand an individual's section to see what projects they are working on, Workfront should only display projects with hours that were taking up that person's capacity during the time frame specified.
Instead, the current behavior is to show every project that person was ever assigned to, so there are a bunch of 0 hour projects to scroll through rather than just those that has either planned or actual hours during the time frame specified. I recently found out that the only way to eliminate those projects that are 0 hours (that may have completed years ago) is to filter, which makes no sense.
Why would the capacity planner show anything that isn't using up your resources? If there were no planned or actual hours allocated to an individual in that time period, why would the results be included as a default? This seems like a miss.