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Tag Archives: planning
Take a look at this great community contribution. If you ever wanted to be able to easily see the status of a plan and balance the load in the dashboard, this could be the ideal solution for you. I already … Continue reading
Recently I was asked how to access the users work environment information. This is basically the information displayed in the Work Environment Tab of the user editor. I was able to get at the Information. The code below shows how … Continue reading
Recently a customer approached me with the question how to automate creating plans. The customer had tried to get this done and got stuck. I was pretty convinced I had never tried this. However, I looked into the automation examples … Continue reading