In this video, learn how to create and apply activity codes in Primavera P6.
- We will create a activity code … to represent the department's responsibility … for the project. … To do so, we're going to go to enterprise, … and select activity codes. … Here you will see that I'm under the project radio. … To create the activity code, … I'm going to select modify, … and I can go ahead and select add … to add a new activity code. … As you see, I already have LinkedIn Learning. … You can also choose the max length of activity codes … that you would like to display. … When it's done, close form. … Now go ahead and add this specific activity codes … that you would like. … You can see that I've created author … and content producer. … You can use the arrows to indent them … as you think fit. … Once done, close form. … Now, to apply the activity codes, … I went ahead and found the column representing … LinkedIn Learning. … With this column open, … I'm going to go ahead and assign the activity codes … for each activity. … You can now group and sort by the activity code. …
- Advanced features
- Advanced techniques
- Schedule reports
- Analyzing resources
- Analyzing expenses
- Resource optimization
- Activity codes
- User defined fields (UDFs)
- Global change
- Earned value S-curves
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Advanced "Essential" Features
2. Advanced Primavera P6 Scheduling
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