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Hi

Is there anyway of allocating a required time unit that a resource (staff) must fulfil. At the moment when putting in tasks my 'Staff' resources are always at 100%, but this figure is derived from the amount of tasks, not against the unit of time you have to allocate to them.

I.e. a milestone is 4 weeks and I need to ensure everyone is tasked up for the whole of the 4 weeks, and I would like Omniplan to flag when they are not.

At the moment, I have gaps in people's work schedules because of dependencies etc. and I have to look in detail to find these and there is no flag marking these areas out.

Thanks

chat-noir
 
In the resource view, you can turn on the resource load graph. This will show green when a resource is fully booked, blue when they've got less than a full load, and pink when they're overloaded. You can turn this on by choosing "Show Resource Allocations" in the View menu, or clicking the icon shown in the attached screenshot.
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