But what if there are dozens of them running in parallel and the same workers working in them, or sharing the same machines, interacting? Instant Team exploits resource capacities across all projects and takes into account their priorities, working hours of resources and absences.
After assigning tasks to resources, the system will start monitoring their capacity utilization across all projects. You have an immediate overview of whether you have sufficient capacity for the planned projects, or where resources need to be added.
You also have the option to schedule deadlines automatically so that resources are not overloaded - use type C or E scheduling. The system then automatically finds the nearest available date and schedules the task for it.
Are there activities in the project where multiple resources have to work together at the same time, for example, does more workers are needed to assemble a large machine, or is a specific machine and its operator needed to complete the task? Assign the task to multiple resources and the system will check if everyone has enough capacity, or schedule it immediately on a date when everyone has time off.
You determine which tasks will have priority in capacity utilization - use project priorities or the priorities of individual tasks. Does a project need to have a higher priority? No problem. Just change the priority of the project and there will be a rescheduling and you will see what impact this change will have on this project, but also on all other projects.