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Hi @Vazgen Babayan - I've read the documentation and watched the video, but I'm not clear on what these changes mean for the Scheduler. I know that if you set the access level to No Access, then the Scheduling tab will disappear. However, if the access level is set to View, they can still make resourcing changes in the Scheduler. They don't need to be set to Edit. Is that intended? Because I know the idea is for the resource manager role to not be set on Projects, but the Scheduling tab still seems to rely on this to control who can use it to make changes to projects? Regards, David Cornwell
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Hi David, That is correct, as we are working on the new Scheduling tool, the current one wasn't updated to use the new access model. Modern Scheduling tool will use it and will not require Resource Manager access. Thanks, Vazgen Babayan Product Manager Workfront