Notes in Project Plans

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Blurred Vision
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Deltek Vision Version: 6.1
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Notes in Project Plans

Postby Blurred Vision » Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:04 pm

We use project plans for weekly workload. Is anyone else doing that?

Since we are so granular, it would be helpful to be able to add notes to assignments for people for the week. Unfortunately Vision doesn't have notes. Any way, then the PM and the project staff know what each week's hours were intended for. Because I can't always remember that the 8 hours I assigned for an employeed was 3 hours for X and 4 hours for Y, all of which is under a task. Any thoughts on how to handle this. Otherwise, I end up with separate notes to track this.

Thx,
Blurred Vision

toronto
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Joined: Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:48 pm
Deltek Vision Version: 6.1
Number of Employees: 35
Company Position: pres
Number of Offices: 0
Year Vision Installed: 2010

Re: Notes in Project Plans

Postby toronto » Wed Nov 02, 2011 9:01 pm

I have the same problem - there seems to be no solution (another example of being boxed in by this piece of junk software)

maw
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Company: Stephenson & Turner
Brief Company Description: New Zealand Architects and Services Engineers
Deltek Vision Version: 7.0
Number of Employees: 85
Company Position: Associate
Vision Modules: CRM, Planning
Number of Offices: 2
Year Vision Installed: 2011

Re: Notes in Project Plans

Postby maw » Wed Feb 05, 2014 2:19 am

We also need this feature, what is the use of a plan if the objectives can't be included? It's just numbers with no meaning.

AliT
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Brief Company Description: Marine consulting firm
Deltek Vision Version: 6.1
Number of Employees: 60
Company Position: Technical Aide
Number of Offices: 0
Year Vision Installed: 2010

Re: Notes in Project Plans

Postby AliT » Wed Feb 05, 2014 4:04 pm

The problem with Project Plans in Vision is that they're very basic. If you need greater detail than that, I would recommend using project management software like MS Project or spend the money and time on forcing Vision to conform to your needs. Sorry - it's been a very basic element of Vision for a while now.


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