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Tips & Tricks

Project Templates (via copy a project)

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    • Michael
    • Sep 18th 2009 edited @ 09/18/2009 10:33 am
     

    Intervals does not include true project templating but copying a project can be utilized for a very similar purpose.

    Copy a Project - (left hand side of project profile page)
    copy a project

    Copy Confirmation
    confirm copying project

    A few notes:


    • The task start dates for the new copied project are based on their reference to the project start date of the previous project. For example, if Task 1 started five days after the project start date...it will also start five days after the start date of the new copied project.

    • The timestamp for project notes, project documents and project expenses will be the start date of the project

    • No email alerts go out when the new project is copied. This is done intentionally so that if you want to edit the team, move due dates around, etc. you can

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    This could be helpful!
    Are weekends / holidays taken into account when the new project task dates are determined?

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    When copying a project there is an option to exclude weekends for the tasks and milestones. This doesn't take into account holidays but it will keep due dates off of weekends.
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    Terrific - thank you! I'll try it when the need arises.

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