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Originally Posted by Tim Wood View Post
The reason we had for not dropping project headers when there are no available/remaining actions is that a project may legitimately not have any actions (say, if you just created it, or if you are about to review it to possibly add more actions or mark it completed).

In these cases, you need the project row to have something under which to add new action rows.
I understand, but I think it would be easier for me to change the filter to show all actions first before entering a new action, or I can use the quick entry. As my project list grows, the real estate I see my actions gets too crowded as is. Since duration and flag fields are now filters, I have to change it to enter a new task if I am using one of those filters activated anyway.

I guess it all comes down to whether I consider the action status as a filter, and in my case, I do, and this makes hiding of not relevant projects helpful.