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We're suffering from a little confusion because there are a couple places where the client isn't listed. Often, we have several projects for different clients which are similar. For example, we may be designing websites for five or six clients at a time, which could result in fix or six projects titled "Interface Design" or "Site Layout." The two places where this causes trouble are A: in the email notification to the artist who has been assigned a new task, and B: in the time sheets.The email notification currently looks like this:_______________________________________________________Laura,You have been assigned a new task. Below are the details:Assigned by: LauraTask #: 229Task name: General FinancialSummary:Project: Laura's Admin ProjectsPriority: LowDue Date: NoneView task: https://lalalalala__________________________Would it be possible to get a line added in there for Client? Obviously, they can click on the link and get the full information, but having all the details at a glance would be really nice.The second place is Time Sheets. If an employee accidentally logs their time under an incorrect project (I don't know how, but it seems to happen with fair regularity), I would fix it myself from the Approve Time Sheets page, but if I edit the line on the time sheet, there's no line to indicate which client the project was for. If I click the Project drop down, I get a list of hundreds of projects for dozens of clients, many of which are named generic things like "Logo Design," "Brochure Design," "Business Cards," etc. If we're doing business cards for four different clients, there's no way from that screen to tell which project is which. One solution is that we could start naming our projects to include the client name, but that seems kind of redundant since we've already assigned that project to a specific client. Can an additional column for Client be added to that screen? I know it's already a little crowded in there, but I love having all that information available in one place.Thanks!
Just an FYI that the task comment/update email now includes the client. For example: Client: IntervalsProject: Intervals MarketingTask title: Weekly blogging effortsPriority: MajorAssignee: John Reeve
Michael, i just started using Intervals, and am also frustrated that "Client" is not listed on the Time Page. Like Laura, we do similar work for different clients, so it's important that we're able to differentiate between "Media Planning" for Client A and "Media Planning" for Client B.Any updates on getting this column added to the Time page?Thanks,Shawn
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