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Karolina Jackson-Ward
Karolina Jackson-Ward

Karolina Jackson-Ward

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Hi John,

Thanks for your feedback. Depending on the access settings for the members tool a user can leave a project.

1. If the user has read-only access the user has to be removed by the project administrator.
2. If the user has standard (read and write) access to the Members tool. He or she can go in, mark him or her self, and click remove on the toolbar to be removed from the project.

Kanban cards that are assigned to the removed member will become unassigned and show up in the "unassigned" swimlane when sorting on assignee.

Your point three is a little more difficult to implement. If the user has, for instance, removed the user account in between then we have no way of distinguishing between a new and a recurring user. Also it might not be relevant to have the same cards as they might be returning to the project in a new role or after a long time of absence.

I'm sorry to hear that you have problems contacting the project manager. Are there maybe some other administrators in the project that you can try to contact?

Best regards,
Karolina

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Karolina Jackson-Ward
Karolina Jackson-Ward

Karolina Jackson-Ward

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Hi John,

Thanks for your feedback. Depending on the access settings for the members tool a user can leave a project.

1. If the user has read-only access the user has to be removed by the project administrator.
2. If the user has standard (read and write) access to the Members tool. He or she can go in, mark him or her self, and click remove on the toolbar to be removed from the project.

Kanban cards that are assigned to the removed member will become unassigned and show up in the "unassigned" swimlane when sorting on assignee.

Your point three is a little more difficult to implement. If the user has, for instance, removed the user account in between then we have no way of distinguishing between a new and a recurring user. Also it might not be relevant to have the same cards as they might be returning to the project in a new role or after a long time of absence.

I'm sorry to hear that you have problems contacting the project manager. Are there maybe some other administrators in the project that you can try to contact?

Best regards,
Karolina

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