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Hi David,

Thanks for your feedback. We have a standard way of showing date time in Projectplace which is that we use the time stamp for things that happened today. Then we use dates and if it is not in the current year, we also show year. The version list is consistent with the way it's shown for documents everywhere. The version number should indicate which order the versions were created in the day.

It would be great to understand better why the time of an individual document version is important when comparing.

Best regards,
Karolina

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I had the following scenario: my colleague A checked out a document, edited and saved it. However, due to some error, she could not upload it back to PP directly. She then saved the edited file with a new name and uploaded it.

I now have "file.doc" and "file_edited.doc" in my folder, both of which were last edit by colleague A. Since I cannot see the time of upload, I do not know whether my colleague has edited "file.doc" also, after she had uploaded "file_edited.doc".

Thus, I don't know if "file_edited.doc" is the newest version, or whether "file.doc" is actually the latest version and has to be updated with changes from "file_edited.doc". Sounds complicated but I hope you get my drift :-) Thanks!

Hi,
I encountered a similar scenario where showing time would really help. A colleague took some files offline on Friday "16:02" to edit them while travelling. Other users made edits the same day.
Now it's Tuesday, and I can't see whether the version she sent me fits neatly after all the other edits, or if I need to merge edits manually.

I need to be able to know when edits have been made, with TIME resolution, not just DATE. To make it look neat, one could only show the time when hovering the mouse over the date.

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