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    David commented  · 

    Any news on this?

    There ways to work around this, but I have to manipulate dependencies just to make tasks stack which make no logical sense. As a result it's confusing for our resources when they check their schedule.

    An example of this is a project team meeting that is part of a process. We have meetings where the designers will need to present their designs tot he developers to ensure they are in line with what can and can't be done in our budgets. From these meetings there are inevitably design changes. At the moment I have to stack them both as day long tasks, sharing the same predecessor (eg concept design).

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    An old thread but one that is an important one:

    It would be great if we could assign a 'group' to our users (designer, developer, manager, client) and then allow us to filter the users when checking the resource availability. At the moment I have to scan through the resources to find the ones that actually match up to the tasks. It's awkward and fiddly and I really need to see in a snapshot which of my designers/developers can take which task.