Clarity: Track and Edit To Dos

allows you to create to-do items for a phase, a milestone, for a task to break down the work into smaller activities. The new To Dos page displays all the To Dos assigned to you across various investment types in
Accessing the New To Do’s Page
has introduced the following global access rights in this release:
  • To Do - Navigate
  • To Do - Create - All
  • To Do - Delete - All
  • To Do - Edit - All
  • To Do - View - All
These access rights are assigned to the Viewer license type in
You need to have the To Do - Navigate right to see the new To Dos page. You will then be able to see all the To Do’s that have been assigned to you across all the investments in
Using the Associated Objects Grid on the To Dos Page
The To Dos grid is also referred to as the associated objects grid because, while the grid is primarily associated with viewing and editing To Do's, you can also use it to view information such as tasks, and investment details that would help you accurately plan and complete work. You can use the To Do's grid to review attributes that are common across all investments or specific to individual investments. Let’s consider an example where you have multiple To Dos assigned to you across projects and custom investments. In such as scenario, you can add the following fields to the grid to help you make the right decisions
  • Attributes associated To Dos such as Name, Due Date, Owner, and Completed.
  • Attributes associated with Tasks such as % Complete and ETC
  • Attributes associated with the Common Investment object such as Corporate Priority and Manager.
  • Attributes associated with all the investments (Projects and Custom Investments) where you have To Dos.
Some of the key actions you can perform by using the grid are:
  • Add attributes to the grid by using the column panel
    The Column Panel groups attribute under their object type. You can see attributes associated with the To Dos, Task, Common Investment, and all the investments where you have To Do's under their respective categories. You can select various attributes to add them to the grid. To learn more about using the column panel in the grid, see Common Components.
  • Edit Multiple Attributes By Using the Bulk Edit Capability
    You can edit multiple records on the Grid layout. When you select multiple records and click the Edit button, a bulk edit window will be displayed. The window includes all the fields that were displayed in the grid. You can update only fields associated with the To Do object and click Save to commit your changes.
    Follow these steps:
    1. Log into
    2. Navigate to the To Dos grid and select the records you want to update.
    3. Select the
    4. In the
      Bulk Edit
      window, make the relevant changes to multiple records.
    5. Click
      to confirm your changes.
  • View more information about an investment by using the DETAILS panel
    You can view more information about an investment by using the DETAILS panel. The panel is available as a two-column layout, and you can resize it to take up 75% of the screen. The Details layout allows you to include two fields per row. You can horizontally drag any field to occupy one or both columns.
    will append the attribute label’s investment type when you add attributes associated with specific investments in the DETAILS panel. To learn more about using the DETAILS panel in the grid, see Common Components.
  • Analyze ToDos by using the Filter and Search options
    You can use the Search and the Filter options to identify various investments based on your requirements. To learn more about using the Filter and Search options, see Common Components.
  • Personalize the grid and save your view
    allows you to save and modify multiple views that help you achieve your business goals. Some of the key actions you can perform are:
    • Save an existing configuration in the grid
    • Update existing views, by using the Quick Save functionality
    • Access views saved by other users
    • Mark relevant views as favorites so that you can access them easily
    • Select default views
    When you save a view, it will not be available across other hierarchies.
  • Collapse Related Rows by Grouping Attributes
    You can collapse related rows by using the Group By option. The grid allows the grouping of data based on any attribute. The attribute columns can be moved around within their own investment type. Example: You can group all the investments by levels to see the aggregated metrics for each level.
  • Export Data to CSV
    You can export the common grid data to a CSV file. If your view includes 500 or fewer rows, your new CSV export file is produced immediately. If your view has more than 500 rows, you will see a notification and can download the CSV file in a few minutes. To learn more about using the Export to CSV option, see Common Components.
Some of the key points to remember while using the grid are:
  • To Dos are implemented as a Studio Object but cannot be leveraged in Classic PPM.
  • The Data Warehouse uses the new To Dos tables.
  • To Dos stock attributes are Name, ID, Owner, Due Date, and Completed
    • The To Dos ID field supports auto-numbering
    • To Dos  object do not support the ability to create Sub-Objects.
  • The To Dos Scorecard is not available in this release.
  • You can star various To Do's to mark them as a favorite.
  • You can create custom attributes for the To Dos object in
  • When you upgrade to this release of
    , you will need to assign users the To Do - Navigate and other relevant access rights. In previous versions, users did not need any additional rights to access To Dos.
  • The To Dos Object is not enabled for use with BPM processes.
  • You cannot create To Dos from this page.
  • The To Dos Due Date has no limitations and can fall outside of an investment's Start and Finish Dates.
  • When a To Dos is copied over from a template,
    populates the To Dos Due Date with whatever is in the Due Date field (e.g., blank or actual) prior to copy.
  • You can secure attributes such as Agile Planned Start associated with the abstract investment object. Since this attribute is that shared between the abstract investment object and concrete investment object (project, custom investments), you need to:
    • Secure it as the abstract investment object level (Investment Abstract object and Financial Abstract object)
    • Secure it for individual concrete investment objects
    If you secure the Agile Planned Start for the abstract financial object and projects but don't secure it for custom investments, you will see the Agile Planned Start for custom investments in the grid.