Reports: Replicon Status filter - multiple selection

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In reports, I really could use a filter that allows for selection of multiple Replicon status of projects. For example, I could select a filter in a project report to display "In Progress" and "Complete" project data in same report.  Would this be possible?
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Jeanne Bovenkerk

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Posted 5 years ago

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Lingaraj Dharwad, Product Champion

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Hi Jeanne,

Thank you for using Replicon community,

For now we do not have a 'Project Status' filter in all the project reports, I am marking this as an Idea and are reviewing the same.

Thanks,
Lingaraj
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Naveen Chander, Product Manager

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Official Response
Hello Jeanne,

Thank you for posting your idea. 

I'd like to let you know that this is an item that is already in the works. Once the enhancement is complete, the 'Project Status' sub-filter within the 'Project' filter in Reports will allow multiple project status selections.

Thank you,
Naveen

Product Manager
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Naveen Chander, Product Manager

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Official Response
Hi Jeanne,

This feature was implemented a little while back. The 'Project Status' filter in Reports now allow selection of specific project statuses to report on and exclude others that may not be needed.
Hope this helps.

Thanks,
Naveen
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Jeanne Bovenkerk

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Yup. Saw it was implemented and have been using it a lot. Thank you so much for getting it!
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robra830

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We used to use the filter feature to pick up multiple project status' and have a report based on having all of them available. 

From Friday to Tuesday, the reporting feature has broken. 

We can select that we would like it to pick up multiple project status' but it only picks up on one.