Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

Description

The drag and drop feature allows the user to reorganise content in tables. When this functionality is available, an icon will be visible  on top of the table where the feature can be used. 

Scope

The drag and drop feature is available in the following SyGMa screens: 

  • Beneficiaries 
  • Work packages 
  • List of deliverables in the work package description
  • Deliverables 

Who has access

Anyone having access to SyGMa can use the drag & drop feature during the Grant Agreement Preparation or during the amendments process. 

What to use the drag and drop feature for 

ScreensFunctionality
Beneficiaries 

In the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process

  • Reorder beneficiaries

The user can drag a beneficiary line, the blue line shows where the beneficiary being dragged will be placed

  • Reorder third parties

  • Make a beneficiary a third party

  • Make a third party a beneficiary

In the Amendments process

  • Same as in the GAP, but only available for recently added beneficiaries or third parties

Work Packages

In the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process

  • Reorder work packages

In the Amendments process

  • Same as in the GAP, but only available for recently added work packages

Deliverables in the

Work Package Description

In the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process

  • Reorder deliverables in the work package 

In the Amendments process

  • Same as in the GAP, but only available for the recently added deliverables

Deliverables screen

 In the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process

  • Reorder deliverables
    ((warning) the global deliverable nr is modified, not the nr related to the WP)

 

In the Amendments process  

  • Same as in the GAP, but only available for the recently added deliverables  

Partner organisations

 In the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process

  • Reorder partner organisations

In the Amendments process  

  • Same as in the GAP, but only available for the recently added partner organisations

  • No labels