Support : BIM Track

Assign issues to multiple users or teams

Allow selection of multiple users and teams in the assign to field.

  • Guest
  • Dec 15 2017
  • Planning to implement
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  • Guest commented
    24 Aug, 2020 02:17pm

    there should be a way to assign issues to multiple users and multiple groups. Also there should be a way to assign grouped clashes to different people when using the clashes to issues tool.

  • Guest commented
    8 Jul, 2020 02:10pm

    I would propose to add the issue to a team, and see who in the team is the actual responsible to the issue.

    This would allow a two level coordination : When issue is found, the issue is assigned to the team. The leader of the team would then have the right to reselect the person of its team responsible for it at a second level assignement.

  • Guest commented
    11 May, 2020 08:03pm

    When running clashes to issues. Having just one person assigned to the issues make it appears as if you are electing that person to resolve all issues. We need to be able to assign multiple parties.

  • Guest commented
    9 Jan, 2020 09:57am

    For coordination issues, there are always 2 parties involved, so multiple assigns to allows going through the issue during the coordination meeting and modify/assign to the specific team afterward. 

    Multiple assigned to would allow better communication and tracking. Please implement! :)

  • Guest commented
    17 Nov, 2019 08:40am

    We think this matter is very important to be added, we also need Phase to be a multiple parameter

  • Guest commented
    16 May, 2018 04:54pm

    Definitely want to see this implemented.  I've been creating multiple issues to tag each responsible party if there's more than 1 team member involved.  

  • Guest commented
    12 Feb, 2018 10:49pm

    Hi, I second that. This is very useful (make a checkable list like the Notify option) in case two ore more people are assigned an issue. In our case, two people manage a Revit model, so we should assign issues to both absolutely, no either. Thanks!