At my company, some of our users have to manage multiple tasks in their My Tasks table.
We want to add three new capabilities within the My Tasks table.
Note: Change Notice column not shown in example.
The excel "look and feel" should be present in any table view. I have opened the same idea for Product Structure Browser + abilty to mass edit attributes in columns like in excel.
for the last point, we've got exactly the same need. CA number is not relevant. it is the CN number ...
We just do a litte customization in the first robot of the CA workflow, to get the CN number and add it as an IBA on the CA.... So users are able to sort Cactivities by CN number ...
Thanks Gregory. I would prefer to get PTC to add OOTB. After a few issues with customizations during Windchill 10.1 upgrade, I would prefer to avoid and this isn't quite critical enough to add the risk.
Good to know it can be done if it ever does become that critical.
Would be nice to show any attribute associated with the Primary Business Object (CR, CN or CA, Document, CAD Document) so that users can filter out the tasks that are relevant to them.
This is a great idea. Primarily a Windchill Core UI issue, becuase this capability should be available in any table. Today we have table views, which does what you want, but is not as easy to configure and share. Once they are all setup, they are okay to use, but you're right about the Excel filtering. Everyone knows it. It is consistent in Excel and Windows Explorer. It is intuitive and most people would just do it naturally when looking at tabular data.
Great idea. It would be very powerfull if you have a function on each column, which allows you to filter on this particular column. This refers to the functionality you have in Excel. There you can set a specific filter on each column. This would allow you to quickly filter your result, or make combinations, without the need of querying over and over again. Varios filters on diferent columns with wildcards should be possible
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