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akaymurat
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Re: Adding new Sub-disciplines in Project Browser

02-08-2013 06:30 AM in reply to: JacobJBB

just i add step's 4 jpeg file

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Re: Adding new Sub-disciplines in Project Browser

07-09-2014 09:01 AM in reply to: akaymurat

Hello all,

I'm still not able to create a new sub category in the project browser.  I went to Kyle B link and looked at those screen shots but I do not have "sub-discipline" as an option.    Using R 2013.  Thanks to any and all for your help with is so far.1.jpg2.jpg

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Re: Adding new Sub-disciplines in Project Browser

07-09-2014 11:42 AM in reply to: hobbes29063

If your Views do not have "Sub-Discipline" listed under Properties, then you probably need to add it to your Project. Go to Manage tab » Project Parameters, and click "Add..." in the following dialog. Enter the name, leave it as an Instance Parameter, change the "Type of Parameter:" to Text, change "Group Parameter Under:" to "Graphics", and select "Views" from the list of Categories on the right. Click 'OK'.

 

Now, at the top of your Project Browser, right-click on "Views" and select "Browser Organization...". You can either create a new Browser Organization for Sub-Discipline or modify and existing one to include Sub-Discipline under Grouping and Sorting. Refer to the link below for help.

 

Creating a Project Browser Sort Group

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