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Love that I can reduce available 'units' for a developer to reflect them splitting time between projects, but I can't seem to figure out how to do the following:

Carla is going to be on Project X, and Project Y, both at 50% for the first month, but on date A/B/C, she also is going to get Project Z dumped on her plate. This is planned, and known.

I want to be able to specify that Carla will be available at 50% now, but on A/B/C, she is going to only be at 33%, and when that project is completed, back to 50%.

As far as I can tell, the only way to do this is to make three Carlas: one at 50% pre-Project Z, one at 33% during Project Z, and one at 50% post-Project Z, and set the dates for each accordingly.

I'd like to be able to specify *multiple* date ranges (absolute calendar dates, or tied to task completions in the current or other projects) and availability, for resources.

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