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  1. Hello ftrack community, I am actually reviewing the product for an animation studio. I have few beginner questions, maybe you can help me? Sorting items in the spreadsheet I don't really understand how the product work to sort items (folders, tasks, etc.) in the spreadsheet. We like to keep things in a precise logical order, which is also very convenient for us in order to use the gantt tool properly. The best "method" I found here is to give a number to each item. But, it seems that ftrack always take into account the type of the asset first and then the name... Resulting in
  2. First post! hello! Right now when viewing the dependencies of an asset version, the pane shows both parents and children of the current asset version. This is very confusing and it would be spectacular if we could either separate those, or at a minimum be able to differentiate them. Also when viewing dependencies as a list, it would be awesome to be able to see them in a hierarchical / collapsible tree view. Thanks! zak
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