Project Requests allow your team and clients to initiate a request for something to be done by your team. You can define multiple Project Request forms, and in addition to our standard fields, you can add Custom Fields to the initial form and link pre-built specification sheets as the additional pages to fill out.
Each project request form will need to be defined with an approval process. This process may involve several different people reviewing the request, or email notifications to assigned people about the request.
To keep the form simple, it's best to use specification sheets for all the details associated with the requests and eventual projects. Then, all spec sheets will be automatically copied to the Specs area of the project.
NOTE: There are no Project Request Forms set up by default, so you will need to follow this guide, or schedule training on this feature to get started.
These guides will take you through the steps of how to create Project Request Forms, how a user can interact and submit them, and finally how one can then create actual projects from approved requests.
Before you can use project requests, you must first create and define how they are to be used.
We go over the process in which a user submits a project request form.
From the submitted form, there is then a defined review process.
Once a request is approved, you can then create a project from the request.
That ends the request process, however, it starts the actual project to be worked on.