Silvija Doncev
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How many planned hours a user has in each project per week and how many planned hours a user has per week in all projects is something that we have not been able to prioritize right now.

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Silvija Doncev
Silvija Doncev

Silvija Doncev

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Hi Jerker!
Thanks for your input! We are making continuous improvements to Workload and this is great input. However this is something that we have not yet been able to prioritize.

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Silvija

Silvija Doncev
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How many planned hours a user has in each project per week and how many planned hours a user has per week in all projects is something that we have not been able to prioritize right now.

Jerker Jakobsson
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This requirement has been raised by a customer again. It would be good if you could speed this up.

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I can second that, this is very important as how many cards a resource has gives no real indication of workload. If a resource has 10 cards of 1 hour per card then that's only 10 hours in a week - great I can easily see they have capacity for more work. If each card is 10 hours then that's a 100 hours. Big problem!!! Projectplace doesn't help a resource/line manager understand who has capacity to take on work.

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