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In the Resource Load view, you can now view work assignment by projects. By selecting one or more project, you can view all users assigned to it as a resource, their workload, and tasks assigned to them. The new Show whole projects pools setting available from the Gear icon, allows you to view all users in the project (the setting is enabled), or only users who have tasks assigned to them (the setting is turned off). To balance work between people in your project, you need to know the person’s job role or skillset. The ability to group users in a project by group, skill, or job title, is aimed to help you with this task. You can choose a grouping that works better for your organization. For example, you can display people by group, where one group is UI designers, and the other is Software engineers. Now you can easily reassign tasks, as you know that all people within the group have similar skills. To assign tasks, you can drag and drop work items. People that are not assigned to a skill or a group, appear under the No skill or No group category at the bottom of the project.In the Resource Load view, you can now view work assignment by projects. By selecting one or more project, you can view all users assigned to it as a resource, their workload, and tasks assigned to them. The new Show whole projects pools setting available from the Gear icon, allows you to view all users in the project (the setting is enabled), or only users who have tasks assigned to them (the setting is turned off). To balance work between people in your project, you need to know the person’s job role or skillset. The ability to group users in a project by group, skill, or job title, is aimed to help you with this task. You can choose a grouping that works better for your organization. For example, you can display people by group, where one group is UI designers, and the other is Software engineers. Now you can easily reassign tasks, as you know that all people within the group have similar skills. To assign tasks, you can drag and drop work items. People that are not assigned to a skill or a group, appear under the No skill or No group category at the bottom of the project.In the Resource Load view, you can now view work assignment by projects. By selecting one or more project, you can view all users assigned to it as a resource, their workload, and tasks assigned to them. The new Show whole projects pools setting available from the Gear icon, allows you to view all users in the project (the setting is enabled), or only users who have tasks assigned to them (the setting is turned off). To balance work between people in your project, you need to know the person’s job role or skillset. The ability to group users in a project by group, skill, or job title, is aimed to help you with this task. You can choose a grouping that works better for your organization. For example, you can display people by group, where one group is UI designers, and the other is Software engineers. Now you can easily reassign tasks, as you know that all people within the group have similar skills. To assign tasks, you can drag and drop work items. People that are not assigned to a skill or a group, appear under the No skill or No group category at the bottom of the project.

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In the Resource Load view, you can now view work assignment by projects. By selecting one or more project, you can view all users assigned to it as a resource, their workload, and tasks assigned to them. The new Show whole projects pools setting available from the Gear icon, allows you to view all users in the project (the setting is enabled), or only users who have tasks assigned to them (the setting is turned off). To balance work between people in your project, you need to know the person’s job role or skillset. The ability to group users in a project by group, skill, or job title, is aimed to help you with this task. You can choose a grouping that works better for your organization. For example, you can display people by group, where one group is UI designers, and the other is Software engineers. Now you can easily reassign tasks, as you know that all people within the group have similar skills. To assign tasks, you can drag and drop work items. People that are not assigned to a skill or a group, appear under the No skill or No group category at the bottom of the project. In the Resource Load view, you can now view work assignment by projects. By selecting one or more project, you can view all users assigned to it as a resource, their workload, and tasks assigned to them. The new Show whole projects pools setting available from the Gear icon, allows you to view all users in the project (the setting is enabled), or only users who have tasks assigned to them (the setting is turned off). To balance work between people in your project, you need to know the person’s job role or skillset. The ability to group users in a project by group, skill, or job title, is aimed to help you with this task. You can choose a grouping that works better for your organization. For example, you can display people by group, where one group is UI designers, and the other is Software engineers. Now you can easily reassign tasks, as you know that all people within the group have similar skills. To assign tasks, you can drag and drop work items. People that are not assigned to a skill or a group, appear under the No skill or No group category at the bottom of the project.

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