Manage Projects with Adobe Workfront (formerly known as Managing Projects with Adobe Workfront) is a 3-day, instructor-led (classroom or virtual) course that focuses on managing projects and work using Adobe Workfront. Sessions focus on project creation, effective collaboration, and managing a project timeline. Using hands-on exercises, we’ll also look at the specific tools in Adobe Workfront for project managers, like leveraging filters, views, and groupings for project and task level reporting; resource allocation using the Workload Balancer; and building task approval processes that help you manage the work being done. Agile functionality and Workfront proofing also are covered for those wanting to know more about work management methodologies or Workfront’s own proofing tool and robust document workflows.
Administer and Maintain Adobe Workfront I (formerly known as Introduction to System Administration in Adobe Workfront) is a 3-day, instructor-led (classroom or virtual) class that focuses on the role of the Adobe Workfront system or group administrator. This class is designed for new Workfront administrators who have been in their role six months or less. Sessions focus on initial setup, global system settings, and workflow creation in Adobe Workfront, including user creation, access levels and permissions, schedules, and notification setup. Workflow management topics include custom statuses, global approval processes, project templates, and custom forms. Put these workflow settings together to create a functional request queue with routing rules and queue topics. Agile and Workfront proofing are also covered, along with report and dashboard creation. You’ll learn how to create layout templates that help improve the user experience, and an adoption session shares best practices for increasing user adoption.
Administer and Maintain Adobe Workfront II (formerly known as Intermediate System Administration in Adobe Workfront) is a 3-day, instructor-led (classroom or virtual) class that focuses on the role of the Adobe Workfront system or group administrator. This class is designed for Workfront administrators who have been in their role six months or more. Sessions focus on more advanced topics, such as text mode reporting. We cover the basics and more of text mode filters, views, and groupings using hands-on exercises and additional non-class exercises for additional practice. We also cover text mode collections for greater reporting functionality. Resource planning and management is also covered, from prerequisite settings to using Workfront’s suite of resourcing tools including the Workload Balancer and the Resource Planner. Portfolio management is also a main focus with a session on portfolios, business cases and scorecards, and how to use the portfolio optimizer to prioritize your portfolio projects. And finally learn about Workfront’s robust set of integrations. Connect Workfront with the rest of your tech stack using native set-ups or venturing into API calls with Adobe Workfront Fusion.
Manage Connections and Workflows in Adobe Workfront Fusion (formerly known as Adobe Workfront Fusion Essentials) is a 3-day, instructor-led (classroom or virtual) course that focuses on the role of Adobe Workfront system administrator or API workflow creator. This course is designed for individuals who will be creating scenarios using Workfront Fusion to automate workflows within Adobe Workfront or with external software. Sessions cover such topics as Workfront Fusion basics, modules, apps, workflow creation, and error handling so you can connect Workfront to other business-critical applications. Note: Your organization must purchase Workfront Fusion prior to you attending this course.
Discover ways to leverage Workfront as your collaboration tool. In this 2022 Adobe Summit Session, instructor Roy Rojas teaches the top 10 collaboration tips for using Adobe Workfront while diving into the ways collaboration and communication play into business results. Get Workfront tips on Updating Assignments in Slack, Subscribing, Requesting Documents, Using the Proofing Tool, Posting Updates and Tagging Others, Posting Updates by User Profile, Updating the Project Team, Assigning with Clarity, Making it the Norm, and Creating a Charter or Playbook. To work along with activities in this course you will need to work within your own instance of Workfront.