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Wanted: ‘Search Project’ in global page links

When navigating Oracle Projects self service pages I have come across a minor annoyance when switching between projects. For example, I may have navigated from the Project List to project number 123, gone to the Performance tab and then drilled down to the Task Overview page. What if I now want to look at project 234? My quickest options are:-

  1. Go back to the E-Business Suite ‘Home’ page using the global page links and then select the function ‘Search Project’. However, an extra step is required if I first have to select the responsibility from the left hand side of the page.
  2. Use the Project List global page link in the top right of the page. However, what if project 234 is not in my user defined ‘default’ project list view? I would then need to change the view.

In order to maximise the user experience, users need to be able to get from point A to B via the most efficient route. Both of the options above can be particularly tedious when inquiring a list of unrelated projects one after the other. For his reason, I would like to see a link to the ‘Search Project’ page in the global page links area. A minor detail I know, but I would be interested to hear if this bugs anyone else!

A 'Search Project' link added to global page links

15 Nov, 2009 by

E-Business Suite

One thought on: “Wanted: ‘Search Project’ in global page links”

  1. Ryan Denner November 15, 2009 10:30 PM

    yes!!!!!!!!!!

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