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Project newbie - Resource % question!

Project newbie - Resource % question!

Project newbie - Resource % question!

(OP)
Hi,

New to Project here. Why do some of my Resource names show a % value such as John Smith [200%]? What exaclty is that info, and is there a toggle for that display?

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RE: Project newbie - Resource % question!

Usually, that means that the resource is allocated at double the normal work hours

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RE: Project newbie - Resource % question!

(OP)
Thanks for the info. I'm curious as to why this particular resource shows in gantt view as [200%], however, when I look in resource usage view, he is assigned 1 day of work, with 20% allocation. His name also for some reason shows as red in this view.

RE: Project newbie - Resource % question!

Red signifies overallocation.  So somewhere in the project, he's overallocated.

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RE: Project newbie - Resource % question!

% are what we call 'unit', in your case, it means that you guy is planned to work 200% of his time. Check his allocation by going to view, resources sheet and search for the red allocations, and reduce them !!

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