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I great suggestion, thank you! Yes, we will look into that and hopefully find a way to implement that soon. The link should be able to specify a relative position in Swifting and the session id for user id and password should be set to a longer time period, like one month (similar to Facebook and LinkedIn).

Re: Save Password by Michel NassMichel Nass, 20 Jun 2011 04:54
Save Password
Justin Freeman (guest) 16 Jun 2011 10:22
in discussion Feedback and Suggestions / General » Save Password

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Save Password by Justin Freeman (guest), 16 Jun 2011 10:22

Yes, you may create an Earned Value chart in the Views tab. Make sure to set the Value field of Requirements or User Stories. The Value field has an undefined unit, you may use, for example: dollars, hours or points. For more information see Earned Value Chart.

Re: Earned Value by Michel NassMichel Nass, 25 Feb 2011 08:26

Swifting includes a template for a traditional type of project and one for an Agile type of project (Scrum). Simply select the type of project when you create a new one below "All projects". Both templates are carefully designed to support the two types of projects. Templates can be configured in many ways to better match the workflow in a Domain. This interface is currently not open for anyone since we believe that it is better that templates are tailored with our help. We will help you tailor your templates at no additional cost!

Earned Value
Marcin (guest) 25 Feb 2011 07:27
in discussion Support / Using Swifting » Earned Value

How can I create a Swifting view showing me Earned Value of the project?

Earned Value by Marcin (guest), 25 Feb 2011 07:27
Agile or Scrum templates
Marcin (guest) 25 Feb 2011 07:25
in discussion Support / Using Swifting » Agile or Scrum templates

By the way in Project Engine there were some nice Agile and Scrum templates.
Are they somewhere in Swifting too?

Agile or Scrum templates by Marcin (guest), 25 Feb 2011 07:25

In Swifting you may only define a typical working week on each User. To make exceptions to that working week you need to add an activity for a Vacation or time-off in the Plan tab. For more information of how to add such an activity see Handling vacations in Setting up a new project.

Re: Time-off or vacations by Michel NassMichel Nass, 25 Feb 2011 07:19

In time I believe that Swifting will contain almost all of the features found in Project Engine, at least the features that are useful. We have the policy to carefully add features one by one in Swifting to ensure that they are useful and really easy to use. We will not add features just to be able to add another item to the feature list!

Yes, follow the steps below:
1. Log into Swifting.
2. Set "Daily summary" to "No" in the Settings tab.

I get daily summaries from Swifting but I do not want that. Can I turn that feature off?

Daily summaries from Swifting by Bill (guest), 25 Feb 2011 07:03

Is is a goal to give Swifting all the functionality in which ProjectEngine had?

Features from Project Engine by Brett (guest), 25 Feb 2011 06:12
Time-off or vacations
Brett (guest) 25 Feb 2011 06:08
in discussion Support / Using Swifting » Time-off or vacations

How do I add time-off or vacations in Swifting?

Time-off or vacations by Brett (guest), 25 Feb 2011 06:08
Re: Test the forum by Michel NassMichel Nass, 01 Nov 2010 12:42
Test the forum
Test (guest) 30 Oct 2010 09:20
in discussion Feedback and Suggestions / November 2010 release » Test the forum

Testing forum and permissions

Test the forum by Test (guest), 30 Oct 2010 09:20