If you could add the tabs to the workspace the same way you add a field, you would gain a ton of functionality. Even if you were still restricted to the same types of tabs currently available (grid, BOM, etc.), being able to add multiples of a tab and to add them only when necessary would be a great boost.
It would be great if there was a native support for 2d and linear bar codes.
I've 2 different online sources thus far and both have had issues. 1 was depricated (and it was recommened bu ADSK and provided by Google) and onother where the company was purchased by Yahoo and now I can't access their website to get some information.
While online/free resources are great I need reliable service.
There should be an easier way to delete items from a workspace without having to use the import tools. Sometimes you just want to delete 8 items and there is not an easy and fast way. I know that exist the import utility but you need to have a spreadsheet in order to do it.
I'd like if a filter could be added to the workspace relationships. The seach bar is nice when added the workspace relationships; but sometimes you only want a certain area of a workspace item list available.
Eg. From our autodesk vault item import, we have all the sub-components of a weldment available as their own items, along with the weldment. When selecting from the list of items however, I would not want to have to see all the sub-components of the weldment.
It would be great if we could put an order on the sequence of Picklists. I have a picklist of a range from T1-T22 and the order of the dropdowns collapses as T1,T11,T12 wherease I want the picklist to collapse as T1,T2,T3...etc. It's not an option for me to change the T numbers to T01,T02 etc as these are industry standards.
I have an Excel application I would like to run in PLM 360. It uses VBA and could draw from data in PLM 360. It is a relatively large application and has a large screen footprint which means there must be capability to scroll to the right to see important data.
Perhaps this capability already exists and I'm not aware of it. Since many of us are coming from spreadsheet intensive environments it might make the transition easier for us if we could use our Excel applications directly in PLM 360.