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Master Planning Saved Views

 

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Saved Views may consist of one or more filters, but do not currently include Master Planning page settings such as calendar controls and Display Preferences.

 

Overview

Resource managers—or other high-frequency users in large organizations—spend a significant portion of their day in Master Planning. These users often filter Master Planing down to a particular set of people or projects to get the information they need.

With Saved Views, you can create your own custom views based on frequently-used filters. This allows you to quickly switch between sets of people or projects without having to manually reapply the same filters each time you visit Master Planning.

Views created on the Team Members tab are unique from those created on the Projects tab. The view that is currently active on each tab will be remembered as you move back and forth between them. However, if you log out of Mavenlink or leave and return to the Master Planning page, the view that is your "default" will be loaded.

After saving one or more views, you can access them from the Views drop-down menu at the top-left of the Master Planning page. Saved views are member-specific and cannot be shared with other members; each user must create their own views.
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How to Save a View

Create and save filters by role, availability, users who reports to a specific manager, custom fields, and more.

  1. Hover over Planning on the left-side nav bar and select Master Planning.
  2. Choose whether to save a view in the Team Members or Projects tab.
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  3. Set the Master Planning filters to the values that you want to save as a view; unselected filters will remain at their default values.
  4. At the top-left of the Master Planning page, select Save View As… from the Views drop-down menu.
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    The Save New View dialog appears.
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  5. Provide a name for the view and click Save.
  6. Your combination of selected filters is now saved as a view.
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How to Select a View

Use the Views drop-down to access previously saved views.

  1. Hover over Planning on the left-side nav bar and select Master Planning.
  2. Select either the Team Members or Projects tab where the view is saved—each tab has its own unique set of views.
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  3. Click the Views drop-down menu at the top-left of the Master Planning page and select the desired view from the Your Views section of the menu.
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  4. The Master Planning page is now be filtered according to the selected view.
  5. The view that is currently active is always displayed at the top of the Your Views section with a checkmark (“   ”) to the left of the view name; all others views are displayed in alphanumeric order.

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How to Rename a View

Change the name of a saved view from the Views drop-down menu.

  1. Hover over Planning on the left-side nav bar and select Master Planning.
  2. Choose whether to rename a view on the Team Members or Projects tab.
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  3. Use the Views drop-down menu at the top-left of the Master Planning page to highlight the view you want to rename.
  4. Click the More icon (“   ”) to the right of the view name and select Rename View.
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  5. The Rename View dialog appears.
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  6. Give the view a new name and click Save.
  7. The view is now renamed.
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How to Delete a View

Delete a view from the Views drop-down menu.

  1. Hover over Planning on the left-side nav bar and select Master Planning.
  2. Choose whether to delete a view from the Team Members or Projects tab.
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  3. Use the Views drop-down menu at the top-left of the Master Planning page to highlight the view you want to delete.
  4. Click the More icon (“   ”) to the right of the view name and select Delete View.
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  5. You will be asked to confirm the deletion of the view from Master Planning. If you continue, you will not be able to access the view again.
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  6. Click OK to delete the view. Deleting the current view returns you to the Master Planning page with filters reset to their default settings.

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How to Update or Edit a View

Change the filters for a saved view.

  1. Hover over Planning on the left-side nav bar and select Master Planning.
  2. Choose whether to update filters for a saved view on the Team Members or Projects tab.
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  3. Make changes to the Master Planning filters as needed. A blue dot (“   ”) appears to the right of the saved view name to indicate that unsaved changes have been made.
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  4. Click on the Views drop-down menu and select Save Changes to Current View.
  5. The blue dot disappears and updates to the view are saved.

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How to Set a View as Default

Select a saved view (one per tab) as the default view to load the first time you access Master Planning.

  1. Hover over Planning on the left-side nav bar and select Master Planning.
  2. Choose whether to you'd like to set a default view for the Team Members or Projects tab.
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  3. Use the Views drop-down menu at the top-left of the Master Planning page to highlight the view you want to make default.
  4. Click the More icon (“   ”) to the right of the view name and select Set as Default.
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  5. The Default tag now appears to the right of the view name, and when you log out of Mavenlink or leave and return to the Master Planning page, the view you selected as default is loaded.
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  6. Each tab has only one default view. Setting a new default replaces the previous one. Deleting the default view resets the Master Planning filters to the account default settings.

 

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