Back in December we released our Contacts feature: a way of keeping reference details for Contacts without having to create a full TeamworkPM account for them. The release was well received but you told us you needed more – and as always we’ve listened.
This month we are pleased to announce the ability to link Contacts directly to Projects.
First, we updated the side bar user cards with new icons to highlight Administrators and Project Administrators. Then if you have sufficient permissions, you’ll be able to click on the photo and go to the full profile in the People section. And finally, you can choose who gets to see contact details on a project by project basis by setting the appropriate permission in the Project Settings tab:
We’ve made the project’s People page consistent with the main People section, bringing over all of the recently added functionality such as quick edit, View & filtering. You’ll also note the orange key icon: this indicates a Project Administrator in contrast to the green Site Administrator icon.
You can see a new on/off button to grant or remove access to project, a button to edit project permission and new icons summarising each user’s permissions:
Click on the Settings cog to quickly edit permissions or set a User as a Project Administrator:
We’ve also made it easier to add new people. Click the Add Person button while selecting project members. This lets you set up a new user or contact as normal and chose which projects they should be added to.
Should you decide at some point to upgrade a Contact to a user Account (option available in the user profile), they will be immediately assigned to any project to which their contact details were previously linked: