LiquidPlanner uses an item called Packages to help you prioritize your work in two ways:
Prioritize your workflow. For example: the Active Projects package is prioritized higher than Pending Projects. Or a 2019 Projects package is prioritized above a 2020 Projects package.
Prioritize individual tasks from low priority projects (to learn more read about the ASAP package)
Packages are also subject to LiquidPlanner’s “...
Watch a video demonstration of these concepts here: Scheduling Multiple Projects
Every team juggles multiple projects at a given time, and needs a way to effectively prioritize work across all projects. There are two ways to do this using LiquidPlanner, and both methods can be applied in your workspace.
Before you apply these multi-project scheduling methods, you should ensure that your projects are set up correct priority order. Here is a q...
Learning about packages is key to understanding how projects are scheduled and organized in your workspace. Let's talk about what packages are and why they play such an important role in managing your projects.
Packages serve two primary functions:
Prioritize tasks - creating priority overrides for individual tasks to facilitate cross-project prioritization
Organize projects - grouping and storing projects in the workspace