The Updates tab shows up to 200 of the most recent updates made within the past 90 days. You can reply to updates on the following objects:
As shown in the following table, replies made to updates on certain objects also appear on the Updates tab of higher-ranked objects.
For example, when you add an update to a task, the update appears on the Updates tab for the task and on the Updates tab for the project containing the task.
|Object where the original update was added||
Higher-ranked object where the original update also appears
|Document||Object where document is attached, Project|
Replies added to system updates do not roll up to the parent object. Only direct replies on a child object and replies added to existing updates roll up to parent objects.
For informatics about the object hierarchy in Adobe Workfront, see Understand objects in Adobe Workfront.
You cannot make updates on teams. The Updates tab for teams is populated by updates entered on the following objects:
On the Updates tab for users and teams, you can view the updates that have been entered in the past 90 days.
If you want to see all the updates made on a user or a team, beyond the 90-day limit, you can build a report for notes. The report should not have a time filter that displays all updates made for users or teams. For more information, see Create a custom report.
Adobe Workfront administrators and group administrators can log in as other users and perform actions in Workfront such as entering comments. (For information, see Log in as another user.) Any comments made on behalf of another user are indicated on the comment.
A group administrator can comment on behalf of another person but cannot delete that comment. Only an Adobe Workfront administrator can delete a comment that they made on behalf of another user.
The Journal Entry report surfaces system updates from the Updates area of projects, tasks, and issues.
The report allows you to see:
For more information, see Report on the Updates area.