Grid View displays an overview of the health and status of each project in the Project Portfolio as a separate line in the listing. 
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Core Elements of the Portfolio Grid View:

  1. Column Display Settings: Click to turn on/off the columns and timeline visualizations displayed. A checkmark next to a column title indicates that it will be displayed.
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    a.   Project Name: The listed name of the project
    b. Sub Title: Sub-title detail for the project
    c. Project Owner: The person to whom the project belongs
    d. Start Date: The date the project began
    e. Project Priority: The assigned project priority (Low, Normal, High, Critical)
    f. Due Date: The assigned due date for the project
    g. Forecast Date: Displays the date that a project is forecasted to end without intervention. Dates in purple are forecasted to end on-time, dates in red are forecasted to end late, and dates in green are forecasted to finish early
    h. Variance: Difference between Due Date and Forecasted Completion Date
    i. Changed Date: The date the project was last modified
    j. Value: The project value associated with this project appears in this column for those with rights to view it (those rights are configured in project setup)
    k. Impact: The daily financial impact associated with this project appears in this column for those with rights to view it (those rights are configured in project setup)
    l. Team: The team assigned to the project
    m. Program: The program with which the project has been associated (programs are customizable organizational initiatives)
    n. Category: The category with which the project has been associated (categories are customizable and allow similar projects to be grouped)
    o. Stage: The stage that has been assigned to this project’s progress (stages are customizable and allow projects at a similar point of progress be grouped)
    p. Task Counts: Total, Late, Blocked, Critical Priority
    q. Scope: The reach of this project (Enterprise, Team, Personal)
  2. Adjustable Columns: Expand or decrease the width of columns by pulling their edges. Change the order of columns by dragging and dropping them to the right or left.
  3. Project Grouping: These groupings represent the Sort criteria assigned to the Project Portfolio, and can be collapsed or expanded using the Close All, +,  and – buttons.
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