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include Start Dates in the Default View


Jarrett K

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hi Jarrett,

Thanks for writing in, we'll be happy to help out here. There's a bit of a backwards way of doing this, but by default the `default` cannot be saved from the views dropdown. There is a slightly hacky workaround to do this though, what you'll want to do is save your `default` view as a new view. 

Then go to `manage views` and select that new view. Finally, at the bottom you'll see the option to `set a project / global default`. Once you've done that, the default view will now be overwritten.

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So, as long as you include the `start date` in a new view, and then overwrite the default view with it, it should show up for you.

If you have any further questions don't hesitate to give us a shout. 

Cheers,
Andrew

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