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Project dates

Where are important dates listed for each Project? 

When you open a Project, you can find its relevant dates listed in the "Dates" section.

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What dates should I know for each Project?

The dates you see are dependent on the status of the Project.

  • Created on: The date on which the Project was originally submitted.

    • This date cannot be changed. 

  • Start on: The date on which work on the Project actually began or is scheduled to begin.

    • The Project's Facilitators can change the start date of an in-progress Project.

    • Once the Project is completed, this date can only be changed by Quality Administrators.

  • Due on: The date by which work on the Project should be completed. 

    In the week before the Project is due, this date will be highlighted in yellow and its font turned to red. After the due date passes, this Project is considered overdue and this date will be highlighted in red and its team will receive an alert. That’s your cue to either complete the Project or change the due date.

    • The Project's Facilitators can change the due date of an in-progress Project.

    • Once the Project is completed, this date cannot be changed.

  • Completed on: The date on which the Project was completed.

    NOTE: Changing the completion date to a future date will not automatically reopen the Improvement.

    • Quality Administrators can edit the completion date of any completed Project.

  • Last updated: The date on which the most recent changes were made. 

    • This date cannot be manually changed.

 

How do I change one of those dates?

If a date can be manually edited and you have the appropriate permissions and Roles as detailed above, you will see a 2017-09-08_1642.png displayed next to it.

Click on that icon. In the resulting window:

  • Manually type the new date in the date field.

OR

  • Click  to open the calendar. You can click the exact date, click "Today" to change the value to today's date, or click "7d," "14d," "30d," or "90d" to change the value to the date that is 7 days, 14 days, 30 days, or 90 days from the current date, respectively.

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