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Create Projects, Teams, and Tasks

Last update March 8, 2019

Set up a project, team, and tasks to plan and complete your work goals. Assign resources to project tasks. As a project manager, you prioritize and approve projects that are based on a number of key factors, including the following items:

  • Business plans, IT strategy, and governance
  • Budget, time, and resource constraints
  • IT architecture guidelines, risk management policies, and standards
  • Current and planned workloads

A project is typically derived from ideas, proposals, unapproved trial projects, your backlog, or service requests.



Create a Project

You create the project to track the work plan for your investments. For example, you have a new development project that has been approved for the upcoming fiscal year.

Follow one of these methods:

  • Create the project from a template.
  • Create the project manually.

Tip: You can also create a project using XOG, by converting an idea to a project, and with Open Workbench or Microsoft Project.

Create a Project from a Template

You can create the project from a template. Templates help enforce consistency and improve efficiency when creating projects. You can create a project and can save it as a template. Others can use this template to create a project. When you create a project from a template, the following information is copied from the template to the new project:

  • General project attributes and custom fields.
  • Staff, participants, and participant groups.
  • Work breakdown structure.
  • Task assignments.
  • Organizational Breakdown Structures (OBS) unit associations.
  • Resource % Allocation and Allocation field values, so that the ETC lines up with these amounts.
  • Cost and benefit plans.

Note: Start and finish dates, baseline information, and financial properties are not copied from templates to new projects. If hard-booked resources are defined in the project template, the resources are copied as soft-booked.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open Home, and from Portfolio Management, click Projects.
  2. Click New from Template.
  3. Filter to select a template and click Next.
  4. Complete the fields in the General section. The following fields require explanation:
    • % Complete Calculation Method
      Specifies the method to calculate the % Complete value for the project and tasks.
      Values:
      • Manual. Use this method to enter the % Complete for the project, summary, and detail tasks manually. Also, select this calculation method if you are using the product with Microsoft Project, or if you are using an external job to calculate % Complete. The % Complete field appears on the task properties page. When using the manual method, the status of a task does not change automatically. The task status changes only when you manually update the % Complete value or the status.
      • Duration. Use this method to track the % Complete based on the duration. The duration is a measure of the total span of active working time for a task: from the start date to the finish date of a task. The % Complete for summary tasks is automatically calculated based on the following formula:

        Summary Task % Complete = Total Detail Task Duration Complete / Total Detail Task Duration
      • Effort. Use this method to calculate the % Complete for summary and detail tasks, automatically, based on the work units that are completed by resource assignments. If you assign a nonlabor resource to a task, the effort and actuals for that resource are ignored in the calculation. The calculations are based on the following formulas:

        Summary Task % Complete = Sum of Detail Task resource assignment Actuals / Sum of Detail Task resource assignment
        Effort Detail Task % Complete = Sum of resource assignment Actuals / Sum of resource assignment Effort

      Default: Manual

      Note: Set the % Complete Calculation Method at the beginning of your project and do not change this value.

    • Assignment Pool
      Specifies the pool of resources that is allowed when assigning resources to tasks.
      Values:
      • Team Only. Allow only staff members.
      • Resource Pool. Allow team staff members and resources for whom you have access rights to book to a project. With this option, when you assign a resource to a task, the resource is also added as a team staff member.
      Default: Resource Pool
    • Set Planned Cost Dates
      Specifies if the planned cost dates are synchronized with the investment dates. Selecting the option for a detailed financial plan does not affect the planned cost dates.
      Default: Selected
  1. Complete the fields in the Organizational Breakdown Structures section. This information defines the OBS to associate with the project for security, organizational, or reporting purposes.
    • Organizational
      Defines the lines of business for your organization that is responsible for the proposal.
    • Department
      Defines the department that is used during transaction processing of chargebacks to charge or credit departments for costs. The department can also be used to match the investment with Cost/Rate matrices. The field is auto-populated if a department is selected on the general properties page. This OBS is listed last if more than one OBS exists.
    • Location
      Defines the location that is used to match the investment with debit and credit rules for transaction processing of chargebacks. The investment location can be used as a match in the Cost/Rate matrix. If the investment does not have a location, use the entity default location. However, if the entity default location is not available, use the system default location value.
  2. Complete the fields in the Copy Template Project Options section. The following fields require explanation:
    • Scale Work By
      Defines the percentage by which the work estimate on each task is required to be increased or decreased for the new project. The scaling is relative to the template.
      Values: 0-100 (where zero means no change)
      Default: Zero
    • Scale Budget By
      Defines the percentage (positive or negative) as the scaling factor for the dollar amounts defined in the project cost plans and benefit plans.
      Values: 0-100 (where zero means no change)
      Default: Zero
      Example: The template project from 1/1/2012 to 12/31/2012 allocates $10,000 for planned cost and $20,000 for planned benefit for the project duration. If a Scale Budget By value of 20 percent is defined, the plans copy over to the new project as follows. Assume that the project duration is same as the template project:
      • The planned cost shows $12,000 (scaled up by an extra 20 percent of the original value).
      • The planned benefit shows $24,000 (scaled up by an extra 20 percent of the original value).
    • Convert resources to roles
      Specifies to replace the resources in the new project with the primary roles, or team roles of the named resources on the project template. If a named resource has no primary role or team role, the named resource is retained on the new project. This setting overrides the default project management setting on the settings page.
      For example, a cost plan uses a resource as a grouping attribute. When you select this check box, the cost plan from the template is copied. However, the resource values are not converted to roles. The resource value can be the only value that differentiates one line item detail row from another. In the absence of the value, duplicate detail rows can result in the cost plan.
      Default: Cleared
  3. Save your changes.

Create a Project Manually

You can create the project manually, if you do not want to use an existing template.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open Home, and from Portfolio Management, click Projects.
  2. Click New.
  3. Complete the fields in the General section. The following fields require explanation:
    • % Complete Calculation Method
      Specifies the method to calculate the % Complete value for the project and tasks.
      Values:
      • Manual. Use this method to enter the % Complete for the project, summary, and detail tasks manually. Also, select this calculation method if you are using the product with Microsoft Project, or if you are using an external job to calculate % Complete. The % Complete field appears on the task properties page. When using the manual method, the status of a task does not change automatically. The task status changes only when you manually update the % Complete value or the status.
      • Duration. Use this method to track the % Complete based on the duration. The duration is a measure of the total span of active working time for a task: from the start date to the finish date of a task. The % Complete for summary tasks is automatically calculated based on the following formula:

        Summary Task % Complete = Total Detail Task Duration Complete / Total Detail Task Duration
      • Effort. Use this method to calculate the % Complete for summary and detail tasks, automatically, based on the work units that are completed by resource assignments. If you assign a nonlabor resource to a task, the effort and actuals for that resource are ignored in the calculation. The calculations are based on the following formulas:

        Summary Task % Complete = Sum of Detail Task resource assignment Actuals / Sum of Detail Task resource assignment Effort
        Detail Task % Complete = Sum of resource assignment Actuals / Sum of resource assignment Effort

Default: Manual

Note: Set the % Complete Calculation Method at the beginning of your project and do not change this value.

    • Assignment Pool
      Specifies the pool of resources that is allowed when assigning resources to tasks.
      Values:
      • Team Only. Allow only staff members.
      • Resource Pool. Allow team staff members and resources for whom you have access rights to book to a project. With this option, when you assign a resource to a task, the resource is also added as a team staff member.
      Default: Resource Pool
    • Set Planned Cost Dates
      Specifies if the planned cost dates are synchronized with the investment dates. Selecting the option for a detailed financial plan does not affect the planned cost dates.
      Default: Selected
  1. Complete the fields in the Organizational Breakdown Structures section. This information defines the OBS to associate with the project for security, organizational, or reporting purposes.
  2. Save your changes.

Tip: As a project manager, use the My Projects portlet on the Overview (General) page to view a personal list of your favorite projects. You can view the status of the projects that you want to track. For example, if you are managing the HR System Migration project, add it to the My Projects portlet to view the latest risk and business alignment status.

Define the Project Properties

After you create a project with the basic information, define the project properties. Project properties include the following:

  • A set of characteristics to manage and organize financial information.
  • Risk factors that can occur over the course of the project.
  • A baseline of project costs and work effort at various stages in the project lifecycle.

Define the General Properties

Specifying the general properties of a project help identify it and define its characteristics.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project.
  2. Complete the fields in the General section. The following fields require explanation:
    • Manager
      Specifies the resource who manages the project. If you do not specify a project manager during project creation, the project creator becomes the project manager as a default. The project creator also becomes a collaboration manager as a default. Hence, during project creation, the project manager is also often a collaboration manager. However, project manager and collaboration manager are two different roles that are not necessarily related to each other. The only time a project manager is automatically made a collaboration manager is at project creation when the project manager is not specified.
    • Page Layout
      Specifies the page layout to view project information. The available layouts are company-specific and depend on the values set by your CA PPM SaaS administrator. Layouts also depend on whether an add-in is installed. If other layouts are not available, the field is read-only.
      Default: Project Default Layout
    • Risk
      Specifies the risk level of the project as defined by the severity levels you select for the predefined list of risk factors from the main risk page.
    • Goal
      Specifies the purpose or business case for the project.
      Values: Cost Avoidance, Cost Reduction, Grow the Business, Infrastructure Improvement, and Maintain the Business
    • Alignment
      Specifies the alignment with corporate objectives. Displays a stoplight that indicates the project alignment status.
      Values:
      • 66 - 100 (Green) = Aligned
      • 33 - 65 (Yellow) = Alignment at risk
      • 0 - 32 (Red) = Out of alignment
    • Status
      Indicates the status of the investment.
      Values: Approved, Rejected, Unapproved
      Default: Unapproved
    • Active
      Specifies if the investment is active. Activate the investment to enable the posting of transactions and to view the investment in capacity planning portlets.
      Default: Selected
    • Program
      Specifies that you want to use a program to create projects.
      Default: Cleared
    • Template
      Specifies that you want to use the project as a project template to create other projects.
      Default: Cleared
    • Required
      Specifies to pin this investment when added to a portfolio. This field is used during scenario generation.
      Default: Cleared

Define the Scheduling Properties

You define scheduling properties for the following reasons:

  • Open or close the project for time tracking.
  • Auto-schedule your project.
  • Define the default staffing options.
  • Set the project-level default earned value calculation method.
  • Associate the project to an earned value reporting period.
  • Override the earned value.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project.
  2. Open the Properties menu, and from Properties, click Schedule.
  3. Complete the fields in the Schedule section. The following fields require explanation:
    • As Of Date
      Defines the date to include data in time and budget estimates. This date is used in Earned Value Analysis (EVA) calculations, such as Budgeted Cost of Work Scheduled (BCWS) and drives the calculations for costs. ETC for a project is not scheduled on or before the As of Date.
    • % Complete
      Defines the percent of work that has been completed on the project, based on the percentage of completion of the tasks and subprojects. This field is displayed only if the % Complete Calculation Method is set to Duration or Effort.
      Default: 0
      Values: 0 through 100
    • % Complete Calculation Method
      Specifies the method to calculate the % Complete value for the project and tasks.
      Values:
      • Manual. Use this method to enter the % Complete for the project, summary, and detail tasks manually. Also, select this calculation method if you are using the product with Microsoft Project, or if you are using an external job to calculate % Complete. The % Complete field appears on the task properties page. When using the manual method, the status of a task does not change automatically. The task status changes only when you manually update the % Complete value or the status.
      • Duration. Use this method to track the % Complete based on the duration. The duration is a measure of the total span of active working time for a task: from the start date to the finish date of a task. The % Complete for summary tasks is automatically calculated based on the following formula:
      Summary Task % Complete = Total Detail Task Duration Complete / Total Detail Task Duration
      Summary Task % Complete = Sum of Detail Task resource assignment Actuals / Sum of Detail Task resource assignment Effort
      Detail Task % Complete = Sum of resource assignment Actuals / Sum of resource assignment Effort
      
      • Effort. Use this method to calculate the % Complete for summary and detail tasks, automatically, based on the work units that are completed by resource assignments. If you assign a nonlabor resource to a task, the effort and actuals for that resource are ignored in the calculation. The calculations are based on the following formulas.

      Default: Manual

      Note: Set the % Complete Calculation Method at the beginning of your project and do not change this value.
    Important! Verify that the start and finish dates of tasks and assignments are the same or within the start and finish dates of the project. Otherwise, the start and end dates of the project are automatically redefined based on the start and end dates of the tasks and assignments.
  4. Complete the fields in the Tracking section. The following fields require explanation:
    • Track Mode
      Indicates the tracking method that is used by resource assignments to enter time spent on project tasks.
      Values:
      • Clarity. Resource assignments enter time against their assigned tasks using timesheets.
      • None. Resources other than labor resources track actuals from financial transaction records or through a desktop scheduler, such as Open Workbench and Microsoft Project.
      • Other. Actuals are imported from a third-party application.
      Default: Clarity
    • Charge Code
      Defines the charge code against which transactions for the project are charged. If you also define task-level charge codes on timesheets, then the task charge codes override this code.
  5. Select the Prevent Unassigned Timesheet Tasks check box if you do not want to allow users to add unassigned timesheet tasks to the project.
  6. Complete the fields in the Staffing section. The following fields require explanation:
    • Default Staff OBS Unit
      Defines the set default OBS unit that is used when you add team staff members to this project. This OBS unit describes a staffing requirement, and can be a resource pool, a specific location, or a department. By mapping roles with OBS units and resource managers, the roles can be filled more accurately. The default staff OBS unit is used during capacity planning for analyzing demand against your capacity using the staff OBS as filter criteria.
      Example:
      Use the OBS to find out if you have enough capacity for programmers in Atlanta to fulfill the demand for programmers in that location.
  7. Save your changes.

Define Risk Properties

You can rate the risk for a project from a predefined list of risk factors by severity level.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project, and from Properties, click Risk.
  2. Rate the project risk by selecting the options for the Contributing Factors.
  3. Save your changes.

Define the Budget Properties

Budget information is essential in managing and analyzing portfolios. Correctly defining and recording planned cost and benefit information help to assess and analyze projects.

Note: To see all data from an investment to a portfolio, your CA PPM SaaS administrator must run the Synchronize Portfolio Investment job.

With a budget, you can define metrics, such as the Net Present Value (NPV) of the project, Return on Investment (ROI), and breakeven information. You can also define project planned and budgeted costs and benefits over a specified time period. Alternatively, you can define a detailed financial plan to budget costs and benefits over multiple periods. If you create a detailed financial plan, information from the detailed plan is automatically populated in the budget properties page.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project.
  2. Open the Properties menu, and from Properties, click Budget.
  3. Complete the fields in the Budget Properties page. The following fields require explanation:
    • Budget Equals Planned Values
      Indicates whether you want the budget cost and benefit values to be equal to the planned cost and budget values. If you clear this check box, you can manually define the budget values.
  4. Save your changes.

Define Project Dependencies

Dependency relationships can exist between one investment and another in your portfolio. Use the Properties: Dependencies page for the investment to identify this relationship. Dependencies can occur between the start and completion of conflicting work effort, or from budget overruns. From this page, you can do the following tasks:

  • Add investments with dependency constraints.
  • Indicate if these investments are dependent on your investment or if your investment is dependent on them.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project.
  2. Open the Properties menu, and from Properties, click Dependencies.
  3. Select a mode to view or add the following:
    • Investments that depend on this one.
    • Investments this one depends on.
  4. Click Add to add more dependencies to your investment.
  5. Select an investment type from the Type drop-down, select an investment, and click Add.

Create the Project Team

Project members and tasks are the core elements of a project. Both are essential to meeting project objectives. You can build a project team with the following members:

  • Team Staff
    The resources that the project manager assigns to tasks to perform the work. Team staff members are allocated to the project. A team staff member can consist of labor, materials, equipment, and expense resource or role types. You can include resources other than labor resources or roles to process financial transactions against them.

    Note: All the team members become project participants if the default project management setting, Automatically Add Staff Members As Investment Participant is not changed under system options. If the default setting is changed, the project manager must manually add all project participants using the Participants page.
  • Participants
    The resources that the project manager adds to the project. Participants can view the project properties, generate ideas, and monitor progress. By default, team staff members become automatic participants. However, you can also add resources that are not team staff members as participants on the project. The value selected for the Automatically Add Staff Members As Investment Participant option determines whether the team staff member automatically becomes a participant.
  • Participant Groups
    A group of resources who are project participants.

Add Resources or Roles

When necessary, add resources or roles to your project as team staff members. You can add resources or roles to a project automatically when you assign them to a project task in the work breakdown structure (WBS) in the Gantt view.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project and click Team.
  2. Click Add.
  3. Select the resources or roles to add to the project staff, and click Add.
  4. Save your changes.

Define the Resource Allocation

When necessary, define the resource allocations for the resources that you have staffed to the project. The Project Team Staff page lists the booking status for all the investments to which the resource is allocated. In addition, you can see the number of hours the resource is allocated to each investment and displays a list of planned and committed allocation for the project. This information helps you determine the resource availability for a project, or to determine when a resource is overbooked or under-booked and by how much. Unless you change the booking dates, the resource is automatically staffed to the project for the duration of the project.

Use the time-scaled column in the list to change most of the time-related values for the resources on the project. Allocation by resource, allocation, and time period is displayed in this column. You can edit information such as the time cells for each resource. Changing the time cells changes the way that planned and committed allocation is presented in the time-scaled column.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project and click Team.
  2. Complete the fields in the Project Team Staff page for the required team members. The following fields require explanation:
    • Booking Status
      Defines the booking status for the resource.
      Values:
      • Soft. The resource is tentatively scheduled to work on the investment.
      • Hard. The resource is committed to work on the investment.
      • Mixed. The resource is both soft and hard allocated to the investment, or the soft allocation for the resource does not match the hard allocation.
      Default: Soft
      % AllocationDefines the expected percentage of time for the resource to work (as tentative or committed) on the investment. The product assumes that each team staff member is assigned to the project and to each task at 100 percent of their available time. This assumption is true if the resource is not allocated to other tasks on other projects.
  3. Save your changes.

Create Project Tasks

A project includes multiple tasks, which are activities that begin and end on defined dates. You can create tasks using the following methods:

  • Insert a task to a specific WBS location.
  • Insert a new task by using a keyboard shortcut key.
  • Copy a task from a project template.
  • Use XOG.
Note: This article does not explain all of the methods to create a task.

You can create the following types of project tasks:

  • Milestone
    A milestone task indicates a critical point in a project, such as the completion of the first phase of the execution.
    Specifies a major event or activity in a project and it indicates the phase completion or major deliverables or any significant achievement of your project during the execution of the project.
    In the project plan, any task with zero duration is a milestone. That is, the Start date and Finish dates are the same for milestone tasks. Once saved, the Start field on the task properties page is locked.
  • Key Task
    Specifies whether you want to identify a task as a key task. A key task is significant for other tasks. For example, the start date of other tasks can depend on the key task.
    Example: If a task is one in which the completion is essential to the start date of other tasks, then mark this task as a key task.

  • Fixed Duration
    Specifies the fixed length of working time between the start and finish of a task. The duration for the task remains at the value you enter and the application recalculates the resource units as you change assignments.

Before building your work breakdown structure (WBS), plan the tasks and structure to ensure effective use.

Note: For new projects, a new empty row (task) appears, by default, in the WBS. When you configure the Gantt view to not display all of the required fields, an initial blank task for projects without tasks does not appear. In addition, you cannot perform inline edits.

A summary task includes subtasks and summaries of those subtasks. For example, a project can have the creation of a new division as a summary task and the training of new staff as a subtask. Dependencies can be among, and outside, tasks in the projects.

Insert a Task to a Specific WBS Location

When necessary, insert a task to a specific location in the work breakdown structure (WBS) in the Gantt view.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project.
  2. Open the Tasks menu and click Gantt.
  3. Select the check box against the project name, or click anywhere on the task row to insert the new task row below it. Then, perform one of these actions:
    • Use the keyboard shortcut key:
      • Windows: Press Insert.
      • Macintosh: Press Ctrl+I.
    • Click the Create New Task icon on the Gantt view.
  4. Complete the fields in the Create Tasks page. The following fields require explanation:
    • % Complete
      Defines the percent of work that has been completed when the task is partially completed.
      Values:
      • Zero. The task is not started.
      • 1 through 99. The task has ETC or actuals posted and the task is not started.
      • 100. The task is complete.
      Default: 0
  5. Perform one of the following actions:
    • Click the Save icon on the Gantt view toolbar.
    • To enter a new task below and as a peer to this task, press Enter.
    • Press Tab to move to the next field.

Copy a Task from a Project Template

You can copy predefined tasks from a project template into your project. The process copies all the estimating, risk, and issue information that is associated with the tasks.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project.
  2. Open the Tasks menu and click Gantt.
  3. Click the down arrow for the Create New Task icon on the Gantt view, and click Copy Task from Template.
  4. Select the project template containing the tasks and click Next.
  5. Select the tasks to copy into your project.
  6. Click Copy.

Manage Resource Utilization

Resource utilization is the amount of resource effort it takes, or is expected to take, to complete a task. Using the Project: Tasks: Resource Utilization page, you can do the following tasks:

  • View and edit each task calculated total effort, based on the following formula:
    Total Effort = Actuals + Remaining ETC
  • Autoschedule the project.

By default, the Gantt chart displays total effort by task by week for all of the resources assigned to that task. You can change the chart configuration to display different variations of task and resource information.

Important! Assign staff to tasks before viewing resource utilization.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project.
  2. Open the Tasks menu and click Resource Utilization.
  3. Edit the following fields:
    • Task
      Defines the task name. Click the task name to open the task properties page.
    • ID
      Defines the task unique identifier (up to 16 characters).
    • Start
      Defines the date to start working on the task.
      Default: Current date

      Note: Work on a task cannot start before the project start date. If the task has already started or finished, this field is not available.
    • Finish
      Defines the date for completing the task.
      Default: Current date

      Note: Work on a task cannot finish after the project finish date. If the task has already started or finished, the field is not available.
  4. Save your changes.

Assign Resources

Assign labor resources to tasks so that they can perform work and record the work time in their timesheets. You can also assign expense, material, and equipment resources to tasks. These types of resources can also be tracked using timesheets, and can have actuals that are logged through transactions.

Note: You cannot assign resources to milestone or summary tasks.

Assign Resources to the Project Tasks

Using the task assignments page, you can view a list of resources that are assigned to a task.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project and click Tasks.
  2. Open the Tasks menu and click Assignments.
  3. Perform one of the following actions from the Task Assignments page:
    1. Replace resources that are assigned to a task.
    2. Remove resources that are assigned to a task.
    3. Assign resources to a task from the Gantt view.

Assign Resources from the Gantt View

You can assign resources to detail tasks from the work breakdown structure (WBS) in the Gantt view using one of the following methods:

  • By editing In line. Click in the Assigned Resources field next to the task and start entering the name of the resource. Autosuggest displays a list of matching resources from which you can select and assign.
    To remove an assigned resource, click Remove in the Assigned Resources column. The resource is removed from the task when you save. If posted actuals exist for the resource, the resource is added back to the task when you save.
  • Using the Gantt toolbar. Select a task and click the Assign Resources icon on the toolbar.
  • Using the Task properties. Click a task name link to open the task properties. From the task properties, assign resources to the task.
Note: You can only assign resources to detail tasks.

The assignment pool setting for the project determines the resources that you can assign to a task. The product supports the following assignment pool settings:

  • Resource Pool
    Select from a general list of resources accessible to you. When you assign a resource from outside the project team, the resource is added to the project team as a staff member.
  • Team Only
    Select from the available resources on the project team. The team members must be in the project staff before you can assign a task to them.

Control Access to Projects and Subprojects

Use the Access to this Project pages to view, grant, and edit the instance-level access rights to your project. You can view access rights on the full view page. You can also edit and grant access rights on the resource, group, and OBS unit pages. The following figure illustrates how to find the Access to this Project page:

This figure illustrates how to find the Access to this Project pages.

By default, all project participants have read/write access to any subproject added to the project. However, you can change the access settings of individual subprojects to read-only. You can also change the access settings to read-only back to read/write.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the project.
  2. Open the Properties menu and click Subprojects.
  3. Select the check box next to the subproject:
    • Set Read-Only: The subproject is now only accessible to project participants as read-only. A check mark appears in the Read Only column for that subproject.
    • Set Read/Write: The subproject is now accessible to project participants as read/write. A check mark disappears from the Read Only column for that subproject.
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