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At the moment you have a 'Title' field in the Measure which is both the actual name of the measure and also the display title of the said measure. When you have a large volume of measures like we do, we use a structured naming convention to organise them, however this means that when the measure is displayed it has the same name, which is not ideal. Therefore can the current field be duplicated, so there is a 'Measure Name' and 'Title', with the latter the display title that is used on display. Initial for existing measures, they would be set to the same value. Cheers Martyn
Hello all, I just had a thought and perhaps it would help us to identify of which staff have specialise role in Hornbill area and when I checked on "Staff" I realise, I would have to hover each staff to try and find out what they are specialise in which is time consuming. @Gerry @Victor I wonder if I can ask for to add specialise role title underneath the staff profile or perhaps to have teams for each staff to put into that they work in or something like that? There are some staff that are "Hornbill Developer" but of what? (Example) If I have an idea/suggestion of the feature/additional wording for Asset Management, it would be good to know who to tag or tag the team (perhaps it may pop up to suggest who to tag based on the information I provided) that are specialise in that area. Which means I would have the right person to response and confirm whether they can/can’t action on my request. Hope this make sense to you guys? Thanks, Aaron
Is it possible to insert variables (i.e. those from Get Request Details), such as the call reference, summary etc into the Human Task Title, Category or Task Details fields, rather than just having the ability to use static text? I know there has been some additions to allow the insertion of variables into update request node, but it would be really useful to include additional request specific information into the activity description. Cheers Martyn