Mattias Lagergren

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  1. Hide object's tabs for certain users

    I'm afraid that the tabs visible in the Sidebar cannot be limited per role, and the flexibility that you have is to restrict a user from accessing a project.
  2. client "status only" view?

    I'm afraid there is no progress on this. However, it would be possible to automate reporting through the API to reduce the manual work
  3. PDF Export via python

    I'm afraid there is no PDF export support from the API but it might be something that we consider for the future.
  4. Ftrack actions (updating the events object)

    Hi, when you access the task the second time it will already be cached in memory (along with the name) by the API. But if you explicitly fetch it with the appropriate projections every time you should get fresh data: item = session.query('select name from Task where id is {0}'.format(entity['entityId'])).one() Make sure to include the projections (name) as that otherwise will be cached.
  5. How to Display HTML Link in Custom Attributes

    I'm afraid that it is not possible to display a link in that place as only the sidebar will display the markdown as html. I will raise this as a feature request with the team.
  6. New oveview milestone filter

    Hi again Stanislav, I've discussed this with the team and we all agree it is a reasonable feature request. We have added this as a use-case to be considered when improving the filters in Overview.
  7. Notes: Using expressions to filter latest notes in spreadsheet

    Hi Eric, I'm afraid that this is not available for notes. To get the latest notes from the project the quickest way would be to open the Project sidebar and the note tab.
  8. What docs to set up a Location?

    Hi Tim, could you provide a small example script that produces the "no module named id". Try to keep the example small and self-contained.
  9. create project managers using new API?

    Nothing new I'm afraid, I will re-raise the question with the team.
  10. Adding Managers via ftrack_api

    Hi Tim, if you do not get a response here on the community forum you can always contact us through the support chat or by emailing support[at]ftrack.com
  11. mobile version need work

    Hi, thank you for this input. I will forward this feedback to the team for future considerations.
  12. Rules for Note Propagation by Dependency

    Hi Eric, as of now it is possible to control the notifications by assigning managers to the folders / project, or through assigning users to the tasks directly. We're considering changes to notifications in future versions of ftrack and will take this feedback into consideration. Meanwhile it is possible to listen to changes in ftrack with the API and generate emails or inbox messages. Let me know if you want to get some more information on this.
  13. Sort projects by custom attributes

    Hi and welcome to the forums. I'm afraid it is not possible at the moment - only Name or Date and search is possible.
  14. Rules for Note Propagation by Dependency

    Hi and thank you for your questions, I will do my best to answer them: If by "team" you mean a group, I'm afraid that this is not the case. In the future we want to rework how the notifications work, and allow more flexibility. No, dependencies does not affect how notes are displayed - but I can understand the use-case behind this. Not that I'm aware of, if you find any it would be interesting to know!
  15. Removing Components from ftrack.server Using New API

    Interesting, it would be great to know if you can find how to reproduce this. The query projections, or how the component is retrieved should not affect anything so if that is the case it sounds like you've found a bug.