Twproject has been built to works in different environments, countries, ways to work. In this section you can configure several of these aspects.
Here are “defaults of default” or defaults when a user does not have her/his own.
Twproject sometime uses default values:
Twproject allows you to create and rename roles. Using Project manager, Worker and Customer role names you can tell Twproject what role it should use.
The same for the Scrum related roles.
Total working hour per day (that is used to convert days estimation in hours estimation) and milestone alert delta (how many days before the milestone date the “milestone approaching” event is raised).
You can set progress to 100% automatically when closing a project.
By default codes used for projects, projects, ToDos, resources are not unique. You can force the uniqueness of codes.
Twproject can generate unique codes from project types: if you select a project type, didn’t type a code, and enabled the “generate codes” option above.
This feature considerably expands the management possibilities for anyone handling helpdesk like situations. You can now have multiple “background jobs” running in Twproject that check several e-mail accounts (say, one per main project) and create ToDos for incoming e-mails.
Activate here the service by associating an email to each project, and then adding a configuration line here. You cannot use the same email address for multiple projects. The priority of the ToDo created will be taken from the e-mail.
“port number”, leave -1 for default values: e.g.: pop3=110, pop3s=995, imap=143
“public” means that everyone can send ToDo (via e-mail) to the project, regardless the sender is a Twproject user.
Otherwise only users with ToDo write-permission on that project will be able to add ToDos.
“active” means that ToDos will be imported (alias: mail will be downloaded) only while the project is open, and we are in the time scope of the project.
Using this page you can customize company’s holidays; check a cell if that day is holiday. Pink ones are not working day by configuration (Saturdays and Sundays).
First click on a day (yellow) means a variable holiday; changes year-by-year.
Second click on a day (red) means a fixed holiday; same day year-by-year.