You can assign a layout template you have created to any user, job role, team, or group who needs to use it.
For users that do not have a layout template assigned to them, the default layout is used. To learn about the default layout, see About the default Adobe Workfront layout.
Users can also assign a layout template to themselves, as described in Change the My Work and Work Requests areas with layout templates.
You can assign multiple different layout templates to the same name. For more information about which layout template is in effect for a user, role, group, or team, see Layout template assignment priority later in this article.
For more information about layout templates, see Layout templates.
For information about layout templates for groups, see Create and modify a group’s layout templates.
You must have the following access to perform the steps in this article:
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To perform these steps at the system level, you need the System Administrator access level. To perform them for a group, you must be a manager of that group.
NOTE: If you still don't have access, ask your Workfront administrator if they set additional restrictions in your access level. For information on how a Workfront administrator can modify your access level, see Create or modify custom access levels.
Begin working on a layout template, as described in Create and manage layout templates.
When you are satisfied with your layout template, we recommend that you test it, as described in Testing a new layout template.
Click Assign this to in the top section of the page.
In the box that appears, click Add a User, Job Role, Team, or Group, start typing the name of a user, job role, team, or group, then click the name when it appears in the drop-down.
Recently added names display with a blue background. This is helpful when you are editing an existing layout template because you can distinguish the names you have just added from those that were already in the list.
An Info icon displays to the right of the name of any user, job role, team, or group that is already assigned to another layout template. You can hover over the icon to see the name of that layout template and decide whether you want to override the existing assignment.
Repeat the two previous steps to assign the layout template to other users, job roles, teams, or groups as needed.
You can assign up to 100 users at a time.
Click Done, then click Save in the lower-left corner.
This step completes the process of creating and assigning a layout template.
You and other Workfront administrators can assign multiple different layout templates to the same user in these four different ways:
However, only one layout template is visible to the user at any given time. The template that is visible is determined by the following priority hierarchy:
Individual user: The layout template assigned to the person as an individual user overrides all others. You can override a previous assignment made so an individual user by making a new assignment; the most recent one takes precedence.
Primary job role: If the person is not assigned a layout template as a single user, they see the template assigned for their primary job role.
Only the layout template assigned to the primary job role of a user is visible to the user. Templates assigned to any secondary job roles held by the user are not visible.
Home team: If the person is not assigned a layout template as an individual user, nor as a user with a primary job role, they see the template assigned to their Home team.
Only the template assigned to the Home team of a user is visible to the user. Templates assigned to other teams where the a user is a member are not visible.
Home group: If the person is not assigned a layout template as an individual user, nor as a user with a primary job role, nor as a member of a Home team, they see the template assigned to their Home group.
Only the template assigned to the Home group of a user is visible to the user. Templates assigned to any of their other groups are not visible.
If you edit a layout template which is assigned to more than 2000 users and make changes to it, only the first 2000 users will be retained on the layout template and will see the changes you made. The layout template is removed from all others.
If you have more than 2000 users to assign to a layout template, we recommend that you do one of the following:
Assign job roles to the users and assign the layout template to their primary job role. For more information, see Create and manage job roles.