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    Lisa

    Hey Michele, happy to see you on the Community ๐Ÿ™‚

    When you choose the Flexible effort type, you can specify the number of hours independently for each assignee and working day and then edit effort from the Task View, Workload Chart, Table View and Gantt Chart.ย 

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    Michele Amori

    Hi Lisa, see this screenshot: I would like to edit the numbers shown by the red arrow, directly from this page. Instead they seems to be in "read only" mode.

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    Mya Lwin

    I too would love to see the same function that Michele is requesting!

    Specifying the number of hours independently for each assignee for each day is only helpful for short term tasks that do not require a large amount of hours and do not involve many individuals.ย ย 

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    Lisa

    @Michele, thanks for the clarification, your feedback will be passed to the relevant team ๐Ÿ‘

    @Mya, thanks for your support here ๐Ÿ™Œ

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    Jeffrey Veffer

    I would also like to see this feature enabled. We currently build a project estimation in excel to allocate hours for the tasks, and most often there is an unequal split if there are more than 1 resource estimated.

    What I do now as a workaround is assign the resources to the task, total the number of hours, estimate effort using "Basic" mode, then set to "Flexible" and go to the workload chart to manually select each day and input the (hours estimated per resource/ # of days). Its tedious but it works for now

    I would love to just be able to input a % of total hours or even x hrs/ total hours for each resource.

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    Lisa

    Thank you for your input and also for sharing how you're working now, Jeffrey Veffer!ย 

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