What do I do in Planview if my staff member goes on leave?

For any sort of extended leave, a manager would only need to email ppmo@wustl.edu and we can deactivate their Planview account while the person is out. This removes them from any timesheet reports while inactive. While deactivated, they would show up with a black strike through their name, the same as a terminated employee, but wouldn’t be removed from any tasks or projects – only removed from any reports looking at ‘active resources.’ 

Once they return to work, send a request back to ppmo@wustl.edu to reactivate, which would grant them access again. 

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Why can’t I log in to Planview?

  1. Check the URL.
    1. Go to https://wustl.ppmpro.com. You should see the WUSTL connect page to log in. (Note: do not go to www.innotas.com to log in)…

What browser should I use for Planview?

Planview works in all major browsers, but you will have the best experience in a browser supported by Planview. You can find the latest system requirements here.

When is Planview scheduled downtime?

Planview has a scheduled maintenance window every Friday night at midnight, Central Time. During this time, users are unable to login to Planview. On the third Friday…