Client Control add-on is getting a major update
Based on feedback from several users, the Client Control add-on will be getting a major update in the form of allowing clients to be involved in more than one project.
When the Client Control add-on is activated you’ll now see all projects listed in the interface on the clients profile page, and all you need to do is enable which projects that client can have access to. It looks something like this:
In addition to this, the Task Rocket setting “Let clients create tasks” will no longer be dependant on the “Let users create tasks” being enabled, meaning you can let your team create tasks on the front-end but not clients, or the other way around (if you really wanted it that way).
Client Control will also be translation ready (as will the other add-ons) when Task Rocket 4 launches.
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