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Hi Brant,


I upvoted your idea as it is similar to tone of mine that you linked

There is another connected request below - would you mind upvoting this one as well if it matches your needs?


Microsoft Idea (dynamics.com)


Thank you!

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It removed the spacing; here's a try at the same info using numbered lists.


Company

  1. Engineering
  2. Project 1 Iteration 1
  3. Work Package 1
  4. GitHub Issue 1 (eng team tracks hours here)
  5. GitHub Issue 2
  6. GitHub Issue 3
  7. GitHub Issue 4
  8. Work Package 2
  9. GitHub Issue 5
  10. GitHub Issue 6

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Can this be bumped in priority? Or, is there a programmatically way to build out projects from templates? That'd work in the interim. This is a step back; project templating is part of being CMMI compliant.

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Fully agree, an operator who performs 2-3 operations per minute over a 7-hour shift, that's just over 1000 operations per day.


If you add in 2 seconds lost per operation...


2 seconds x 1000 operations = over half an hour lost daily, per user. Seconds count!!!

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Wouldn't it be even better to change 'Expected cost included' to 'Expected cost only'?

That way, if you export/print the report to Excel it is possible to add totallings which is noq impossible as you'd be counting double.

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You need to have an estimate of when you can produce the item... for the customer on the phone! There isn't always time to "park" each request and get back to them. This is where CTP was powerful (even though it wasn't 10% perfect) and now it has been deprecated some customers will not be able to move to Planning Optimization.

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Vital for our customers, otherwise they lose the competitive advantage that the real-time CTP brought...

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Excellent!

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Sign in to Outlook Web App using your user name and password. On the nav bar, choose Settings icon > Options. Under Options, choose Settings > Mail>Layout. Under Email signature, you can remove picture from signature and then click Save.


Regards,

Henry

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   Open a dashboard that you want to export.

   Click the three dots icon in the top right corner.

   Click Export to PDF.

   Save the file. Dashboards save the file to your hard drive.


Regards,

Henry

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