Classic PPM vs. Clarity’s Modern UI: A Click-by-Click Comparison
Video 1: Adding a Column to a List ViewThis video highlights how easy it is to use the new common grid in the modern UI and demonstrates how intuitive and user-friendly the common grid is compared to the Classic PPM Grid view.
Video 2: Filtering by a Field That is Not in Your ViewThis video shows how simple it is to filter by fields that aren’t included in your default list filter. Classic PPM takes several steps to add an attribute to a filter view, but it can be done quickly with the Modern UI.
Video 3: Produce a Report of Projects Grouped by Work StatusThis video demonstrates how easily data can be presented with the Modern UI. Creating a report that groups data in Classic PPM requires exporting the data to Excel, but in the Modern UI, it can all be done with a few clicks.
Video 4: Copy and Paste Values in a Cost PlanThis video illustrates the improved copy-and-paste capabilities of the Modern UI. While you can copy and paste in Classic PPM, you can do it only through keyboard commands, and the process is not very intuitive. The Modern UI dramatically improves this process.
Video 5: Multi-Sorting a List ViewThis video demonstrates the Modern UI’s improved ability to sort lists by multiple columns. While multi-sorting is available in Classic PPM, it is more intuitive in the Modern UI.
Video 6: Viewing a List of Assignments for a ProjectThis video shows how to view all assignments for a project. In Classic PPM, you must create an object-based portlet to do this. In the Modern UI this is a standard feature of the Modern UI and is easily accessible to most users.
While frustrating, timesheets are an integral component of successful management. A typical resource manager oversees a team working on multiple projects simultaneously. The manager needs to ensure that the right people with the right skill sets are assigned to the appropriate projects as they arise, so a clear understanding of current and future capabilities and capacity is essential. For this, the manager needs to have a degree of certainty that the team is entering project time regularly and reliably.