in current 3.2 pre, user task priorities are broken: cannot be shown or set. Workaround (available in my stable 3.2pre branch at 1) display user task priority of current user in projectdesigner. The column UP did exist, but was never filled with any info. 2) allow to set user task priorities in projectdesigner for the current user (who is logged in). A manager still cannot set user priorities for other users from his login - but it is still an improvement over current functionality. Our use for user task priorities: Indicate to a worker that he has to start a task. Often we have longterm tasks that extend over a month or longer with little working hours in that time span. We change user task priority to indicate: start it now! If task A has low priority in context of a project: a) nevertheless, the task needs to be done b) the moment the assigned worker has to start it, it has high pririty for him c) in view of the project, the task priority has not changed. So I rather adjust the user's task priority than the task priority.

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