Customize Approvals for Single or Global Use
One-off approvals are a breeze to attach while Approval Path templates make sure no approver is left behind.
Notify the Right People at the Right Time
Updated notifications alert key stakeholders, developers, or other team members that it’s time to review a requested approval.
Assign Multiple Approvers to One Project
No matter the number of approvers your project requires, assign them all to a single step or at different stages of the project.
Approvals that are customized to your needs
Attach approvals to projects, tasks, or issues. Create single-use approval paths for special projects and global approval paths for production work that will always need to be reviewed and approved by key members of your team. Users can also request document approvals and business case approvals to speed up the progress of your project—increasing your team’s productivity.
A gathering place for all of your approvals
Within each project or task, approval workflows can be found in a single tab. Even with multiple approvals, this creates a central space to review collected approvals and the unfortunate case of rejections. Approvals can also be found on your My Work page—this aggregates all of your pending approvals and your requested approvals so you can keep up-to-date on each status.
The metrics you want to see
Stay on top of your approvals by pulling a quick report. You can quickly see how many approved projects are in progress, complete, on hold, etc. Reports can also show what projects are awaiting your approval and projects that are waiting on another stakeholder’s approval.
Implement a proper process
As part of the approval process, stakeholders are notified via email when they have a pending approval in the system. They can also view pending approvals on their My Work page under the Approvals section. As the project manager attaches an approval template to the project or creates a single-use approval, he/she can specify when each approval will be needed. Approvers will be notified when it’s their turn, not when it’s too early.
Approve project time
It doesn’t matter if you’re using Waterfall or Agile, or a mix of the two, approving time on a project is often a requirement of the workplace. This feature offers a system of checks and balances to assist the project manager. It’s also helpful for enterprise teams that need to add billable hours to a project’s summary.