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Building a company skills matrix in Workfront

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Hello. Has anyone utilized Workfront to build a user based skills repository and subsequent dashboards? For example, <Employee> -> Application -> Application Skill level -> Language -> Language Competency. (One to many relationships)

 

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Just like you can build a project custom form, issue custom form, etc., you can build a user custom form to attach to your users with the fields you have listed. I've used a user custom form to indicate if the user was contractor or FTE and a couple other things and it was very easy to report on from there.

If this helped you, please mark correct to help others : )

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Level 10

I think that's what the "Talk to me about" field is for. You could just report on that.

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Community Advisor

Just like you can build a project custom form, issue custom form, etc., you can build a user custom form to attach to your users with the fields you have listed. I've used a user custom form to indicate if the user was contractor or FTE and a couple other things and it was very easy to report on from there.

If this helped you, please mark correct to help others : )

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Level 2

As @Madalyn_Destafney mentioned, the best way (which I did as well) is to use a user custom form. The skills can be either levelled from 1 to 5 or can just be "Beginner", "Professional", "Intermediate", "Not applicable"