This page provides information about the functionality included in the 2019.3 release. The functionality on this page was made available in the Production environment the week of August 19, 2019. For specific dates and times explaining when the release was made available, see the Workfront Trust Site.
To view a list of enhancements released after the 2019.3 release, see Product releases.
The 2019.3 release contains the following enhancements:
When you apply the Open filter to a list of issues, the list includes issues that are in a Closed - Pending Approval status or are associated with a resolving object.
When you inline edit information in the new lists, the rows that have been edited will be dimmed, but the information will remain visible.
You can now edit the task list Gantt chart when the Autosave is enabled or not.
The improved list views are now available in the Hours tabs for Projects, Tasks, and Issues.
You can now build a report to view Budgeted Hours outside the Resource Planner.
You can now display or hide the Actual Hours column when viewing information by user in the Resource Planner.
Now, when you are budgeting your resources in the Resource Budgeting area of the Business Case, the Resource Pools that you have already saved on the project are persistent when you navigate away from the page and come back.
Workfront administrators can now determine which users have access to view or edit cost information for roles, users, or projects in the Resource Planner.
Now you can link your shared OneDrive files and folders to Workfront objects.
All Workfront logins now require the user to specify the domain if the domain is not already specified in the Workfront URL. Requiring this information makes your Workfront instance more secure.
Workfront mobile app available for Blackberry Marketplace (Coming in a future release)
The Workfront mobile app is coming in a future release to the Blackberry Dynamics for Blackberry Marketplace.
You can now convert individual tasks and issues to projects in the Workfront mobile app.
Depending on your device, you can choose to log in to the Workfront mobile app using fingerprint or face ID technology.
In order to make the Workfront mobile app more secure for you and your company, users will be logged out automatically after 8 minutes of inactivity.
We’ve added Dead Projects as a filter option on the Projects tab in the Mobile app.
You can now delete objects like tasks, issues, and timesheets in the Mobile app. You must have the correct permissions on the object to delete it.
You can use the Workfront Mobile app to reset your password if you’ve forgotten it.
We’ve added several new look and feel improvements to enhance your experience in the Workfront Mobile app.
This section describes changes made during the 2019.3 release time frame that will release to the Production environment prior to the general 2019.3 release.
Now you can change the display type of a field in a custom form.
For example, if you have created a Checkboxes field, you can change it to a Dropdown field or a Radio Buttons field. These three field display types are interchangeable.
You can now see user’s time off for better planning and execution. You can also add new time off reports and calendars to your dashboards for a real-time view of user availability.
You can now decide whether to allow the time off schedule of the Primary Assignee of a task to adjust the planned dates.
Now, when you comment on a document, your update appears on the Updates tab both for the document and for the object where the document is attached.
When you assign a user to a task or an issue, you can now see an in-line warning if the user selected has time off scheduled any time between the planned dates of the task or issue.
We have created a new field type in the custom form builder called Typeahead. This field allows you to add fields that represent objects to your custom forms.
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For information about the maintenance updates made during the 2019.3 release, see .
The new Workfront experience provides a fresh, modern design in addition to new functionality.
Workfront Library is an enterprise digital content hub you can use to manage the full lifecycle of your organization’s digital assets.
Support for API version 3 ended in November 2018. For more information about the support schedule for versions of the Workfront API, see API versioning and support schedule
In order to provide optimal security, Workfront is requiring that all integrations and web traffic using TLS 1.1 or earlier be upgraded to use TLS 1.2. In the Preview environment, TLS 1.0 is already disabled.
All functionality that relies on Flash technology has been removed from Workfront since the 2018.3 release and replaced with a new solution.
For detailed information about the legacy Flash tools and their replacements, see Replacement of Flash-based tools in Adobe Workfront
The following Single Sign-On (SSO) options are now supported only in a limited capacity; they will be removed from the product in the second half of 2019:
For more information about using LDAP with Workfront, see Configure Adobe Workfront with LDAP
For more information about using Active Directory with Workfront, see Configure Adobe Workfront with Active Directory
For more information about using SAML 1.1 with Workfront, see Configure Adobe Workfront with SAML 1.1
Following is the removal timeline for these SSO options:
Limited support: August 2018 - January 2019
Major issues submitted during this time will be fixed; low severity issues will not be addressed.
Deprecation: January 2019 - November 2019 (with the 2019.4 release)
No longer available in Workfront: August 2019
Learn more about what’s to come during the Q3 Roadmap webinar on August 1st at 9:00 am. MST.