Searching for a task when not certain which words to use in SEARCH ALL

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We just got started with Replicon and one of our employees had this suggestion.  When a person has to find a task, they actually have to select a project, before they see the associated task list. Is it possible instead to change the functionality so that when the cursor is placed over the project name, the task list readily appears without having to click the project name?  If wrong, then the person has to click out of the project and try again.  We know there is the SEARCH ALL feature but we thought this could be a time saver when many entries need to be done each day.  Every little bit helps.
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Frassetto, Luigi (luigi.frassetto)

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Posted 2 weeks ago

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Vinodh.V, Community Moderator

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Hello Luigi,

Thank you for posting this idea in Replicon Community.

As I correctly understand, the requirement is to have a pop-up window to display all the available tasks, when a project is selected.

The "SearchAll" functionality is also giving you the same info, for your reference, I search for a project name and this is how it is displayed, with all the available tasks.



You have mentioned, that you are aware of the "SearchAll", we will have this forwarded to our Product Management team to review this idea.

You can check out the below functionality if your users are working on the same set of projects/tasks every day.

https://www.replicon.com/help/choosing-how-timesheets-are-pre-filled/

https://www.replicon.com/help/auto-filling-your-timesheet/

The above functionality will populate the previous timesheet with the selected projects and tasks and the users had to just enter the time or the system can even copy the time info from the previous week.

Thank you for your time and appreciate your patience.

Note: This suggestion is for the Gen 3 version of Replicon.

Regards,

Vinodh.V
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