Archiving projects

What are the benefits to archiving a project? Initially, I instructed my team to archive projects when we completed them. The goal was to keep the “running list” short and easier to scroll and find active projects in addition to searching. Now, we are frequently making copies of archived projects to re-open the calculations in order to double check numbers or reflect changes made in the field. This creates duplicate calculation files of the same project. Are we better off just not archiving projects? Is there a way to “un-archive” and “re-archive” projects?

It’s great to hear about your experience with archiving projects. Archiving serves the purpose of preserving data for future reference while keeping your project space organized. By archiving inactive or completed projects, you can maintain a shorter, more manageable list of active projects, which can improve performance and make it easier to navigate and search for relevant information.

However, it’s understandable that if you find yourself frequently revisiting archived projects, the current archiving method may not be the most efficient for your workflow. Your feedback on this aspect is valuable and has been relayed to our design team for consideration.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. This will further help us enhance our platform to better suit your needs and improve overall user experience. If you have any further suggestions or questions, feel free to reach out.