Hi, I am a newbie, so maybe this has already been answered.\nI would like to see each project in the project list with the same colour as the \"resulting\" state: if one task is late, then the project is late, if all tasks are within their time frames then it is OK. How can I change the colour of the project accordingly? It maybe silly, but I consider it to be a good way to have an overview of all your projects in the list and then see which task is late in a project that is \"late\". What do you think? I suggest to use the same color code as the projects.\nAny comments?

asked 10 Mar '15, 15:55

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There isn't functionality to change the color of the *project* if tasks are running late. But if you look at the task list, the tasks are color coded according to their status.
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answered 04 Apr '15, 01:50

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What you can do is monitor the Actual end date of the project. As soon as the Tasks run late, beyond the set Target Date, the Actual date turns bold red in the Projects window, highlighting this project as dropping behind schedule. Tasks running late already change colour according to the completion status as mentioned above.
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answered 02 Jul '15, 15:49

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Thank you for your reply, I found out a workaround for that.
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answered 02 Jul '15, 17:35

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