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By Tony Mobily
Monday, October 10, 2011 - 23:23
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Move elements to different projects

In Apollo, each workspace is an island; workspaces have their own users, permissions, contacts, and so on. It makes most sense for a company to have one workspace, and run different projects under it. We have several customers with hundred of projects -- a number that surprised us.

Each project is also somehow an island: while a workspace can have 30, 40 users, a project typically only have a subset of them with access rights.

While moving things between workspaces is technically near-impossible, moving elements is technically feasible.

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By Tony Mobily
Monday, January 17, 2011 - 17:56

Projects can now be "on hold" -- what does it mean?

Hello friends! It's now possible, in Apollo, to place a project "on hold". A project on hold is still accessible to your users. However, the project's feed will not be updated; plus, upcoming tasks and milestones will not show up in the overview, in the "my tasks" area and in the calendar. Basically, the project will stay "silent".

Keep in mind that a project "on hold" is still considered active.

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