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Hide Schedule Priorities from users or govern which priority numbers users have access to
We want to apply some priorities to schedules that belong to users. As admins of the system we want some users to be able to create schedules but we want to maintain the priorities of the list. If we remove the capability then the schedules always...
Hide Specific Portal Items per Group ie Schedule Priorities
We want to control the schedule priorities for some users without them having the option to change them. In order for priorities to work the users needs the capability but this also means that they can change the priority too. We would want to cre...
We often share reports with users via the share functionality within the portal (right-click>Share>Link). This creates a url which can then be emailed (or embedded in other reports and web pages etc). We often need to further edit the url to...
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