RIA (Replicon Import Add-in) - New Release - v5.0

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To improve your experience with RIA, we frequently introduce new enhancements and fixes. Please click the “What’s New” button on the Excel Template sheet to find out the new feature details or alternatively visit https://ria.replicon.com/

New version RIA v5.0 will get auto installed when you use the import tool next time.

However, because we have made some edits to the actual excel document itself, you will have to download the excel template again from the site

If you're installing RIA for the first time, then you will have v 5.0 installed directly along with the new template.

Release Details:

New Features:

User Schedule Assignment - RIA now supports User Schedule Assignment Add


Task Update - Task Update now supports to select specific tasks pasted in the Task Full Path Name column while getting data from replicon.


TimeBill on RIA Configurator (beta) - RIA Configurator (beta) Now supports Time Bill. The following options are added in Data Template
 •  Billing Rate
 •  Program
 •  Client
 •  Currency add Option in Currency
 •  Pay rule, Billing Rate, Hourly Cost Rate 


Data Overwrite in Add Templates - RIA now has the ability to check for matching data within replicon to Avoid data over write in add templates (Activity, Department, User, Project, and Client)


To learn more about the Replicon Import Add-in( RIA), Click here
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Aashnee Kamboj

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Greg Gluck

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I am running version 5.1.  Can you please explain how to add sub-tasks (Task Name Level 2, Level 3, etc.)?  Is it possible to add sub-tasks to already existing tasks using the Task Update function?

Greg - ARGO Data

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Aashnee Kamboj

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Hi Greg,

Yes. Please use Task Update and task name level 1, task name level 2 and so on from the template. Here Task name level 1 is the 1st task under the project and then so on so forth.