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  1. Hello, I am trying to understand what the criteria is for sorting tasks from a CSV import. I have tried several combinations starting each task object with numbers 1-14 ( example attached ), as well as A-7. The map data screen shows the task order correctly ( attached ), but the Import Summary view re-arranges the tasks into a seemingly random order regardless of the task object prefix. Can someone please explain how ftrack sorts CSV task object types?
  2. Hi guys, I'm facing an issue while trying to import CSV data into nested folders. Let's say I have this arborescence in my project : Now I want to create a shot with two tasks in the folder named Folder_2 Here is the CSV I'm importing : Folder Name,Shot Name,Task Type,Task Name Folder_2,Shot_1,Modeling,Mod Folder_2,Shot_1,Matte painting,Mat Even if I'm selecting the folder named Folder_2 beore importing, here is the result : I have also tried with the folder's full path (Folder_1/Folder_2), but this does no work either. Correct me if I'm wrong, but there is apparently no way to import data to existing nested folders for now. In fact, it seems that is it not possible to import data elsewhere than to the first entity of a hierarchy if two or more entities of the same type are nested in said hierarchy. Could a simple path (relative or absolute) system be implemented to overcome this issues? Here is what I think the CSV could then look like : Folder Name,Shot Name,Task Type,Task Name Folder_1/Folder_2,Shot_1,Modeling,Mod Folder_1/Folder_2,Shot_1,Matte Painting,Mat
  3. Hi, I have two suggestion about the way links works. We have been using the import functionality recently. It worked great and saved us a lot of time, but I couldn't manage to find a way to create links while importing data, and I believe this is not possible right now. I understand creating links can be more difficult with the way importing works, due to the CSV format (many links on a single task would mean several column dedicated to links in the CSV for example) but I believe some ways could be experimented (like a special separator between several links coexisting in a single link column). Next remark : when browsing versions, it can be tedious to retrieve the task corresponding to a given version. We came to think that automatically creating a link between a version and its corresponding task (or whatever the entity the version belongs to) could be handy as it would make the navigation between versions and tasks easier. Are those suggestions understandable enough? Are they something you have already thought about?
  4. When I reference an asset build asset with ftrack import I can't see that asset in the asset manager. I can select an item in the tree, but I can't see what it is or what buttons are available.
  5. Is it currently possible to batch import shots as csv into multiple sequences in a project? This could be done either by importing the sequences simultaneously with the shots or first creating the sequences and then batch importing the shots with associated values for respective sequences as parent objects. I'm nearly certain this is possible but I've yet to successfully achieve the correct mappings.