Closed Projects - How do I find them?

  • Question
  • Updated 4 years ago
I closed a project and now can't find it. How do I remember or have a list of previous projects that are now completed?
Photo of Andy Jenks

Andy Jenks

  • 1 Post
  • 0 Likes

Posted 4 years ago

  • 15
Photo of Matthew Work

Matthew Work

  • 539 Posts
  • 63 Likes
When you finish a project, it is gone. The tasks remain to be found, but not the container. Improving this interaction is on our short feature list. In the meantime, we can re-start a project manually for you if you email us at support@cohuman.com
Photo of Rick WittenbrakerRW

Rick Wittenbraker

  • 2 Posts
  • 1 Like
Would be good to have those go into a "completed projects" folder somewhere.
Photo of Matthew Work

Matthew Work

  • 539 Posts
  • 63 Likes
Coming soon!
Photo of kuessen2005

kuessen2005

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Likes
Is it possible to have a report or packed file to be downloaded for those finished projects? BTW, we need a "delete a project" function.
Photo of Matthew Work

Matthew Work

  • 539 Posts
  • 63 Likes
csv download is a pro option on any project!
Photo of jdbradburyJ

jdbradbury

  • 6 Posts
  • 0 Likes
Only one task at a time... thats very tedious!
Photo of Matthew Work

Matthew Work

  • 539 Posts
  • 63 Likes
no, it should download all the tasks and all the comments for the project in one file.
Photo of kuessen2005

kuessen2005

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Likes
I guess csv download is for tasks, not for projects yet.
Photo of Matthew Work

Matthew Work

  • 539 Posts
  • 63 Likes
it is for projects.... in as much as a project is comprised of multiple tasks
Photo of jdbradburyJ

jdbradbury

  • 6 Posts
  • 0 Likes
it looks like if you save the url of the finished project the panel still comes up with (finished) after the project name... not really a list but you could make one manually.

not too good for the past but may help the future.
Photo of jdbradburyJ

jdbradbury

  • 6 Posts
  • 0 Likes
ooh check your history for the project link... you cant really reopen it but you may be able to access the data