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  1. Hello! Is there a way to sort projects in the "Projects" drop-down tab other than by "Name" or by "Date", like by custom project attributes? We would essentially like to find ways to look at our projects in that view in groups, Animation, Video, and Stills. Is there any way to do this? I've searched for a while and can't find anything. Jared
  2. Hi everyone, is it possible to query ftrack db for calendar events? For eg, we would like to check if an user is booked on a specific project on a given period. Thank you!
  3. Hi there, In our company (multiple branches) as a supervisor I have to manage multiple VFX projects at the same time. In my login - under "Projects" - I would like to see permanently all projects that I/we/branch currently work on. - also if I am NOT working onthe projects myself. But not like the "Overview". Currently I only get projects listed where I have tasks assigned to myself. But I need to access and check the work of other Users (artists) constantly. So I am constantly switching from project to project - and also have to remember alle the projects names by heard. It would be great if I could see all tasks for these projects sorted by "Projects" and "Task / Status". In a simple and fast list -> ideally I could mark single tasks (of other users) to be part of a watch-list. For easy and fast access. Why: In our company we deal with many and often smaller VFX projects at the same time. After we did VFX and shots are going to grading. We sometimes get quick fixes which need to be process with priority. In my opinion the normal UI does not really allow effizient work with multiple projects and finding/access of tasks of other users/Artists. Please understand that even I am not actually working of the assigned tasks - the overall project performance is often influenced by the speed of my workflow. Last not least the "Tasks" and "Versions" views slowing me down often - both are not optimal and one is forced to move back and forth a lot. Also a better and easy way of accessing the "last version" would be very helpful to assemble review-lists faster. I hope the input and feedback help to improve ftrack and make it an even better tool, Best Regards, Kay
  4. I would like to see an implementation of the dashboard concept that spans multiple projects. As a supervisor in a small shop, I am often overseeing multiple projects and it would be nice to be able to see the latest versions for review, artist workload, etc across all projects that I am listed as a Manager. -ak
  5. Hello! I started to hide some of our inactive projects and noticed that when I go to view hidden projects (projects dropdown menu>view hidden projects) I can see a placeholder/project image for each project, but the name is missing. Is this a bug or are we missing an attribute value? I've attached a screenshot of the hidden projects window
  6. HI Guys, I was wondering if there's any plan to integrate the project spreadsheet with the planning board? It would be something that makes sense to me. The way I see it operating is almost hierarchal. Planning board is used to overview all the projects running in the studio, resources that are booked on particular projects / tasks etc. While the project spreadsheet gets into the details of the specific project. Both sections are integrated so any tasks added in the project view show up on the planning view and vice versa. This seems like a logical step forward. I find that we avoid using the planning board all together but it has an advantage over the project view in that it can show you all projects running in a studio and the resources assigned to them. Cheers, Rob