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Data Type    Yes/No

Entry Type    Calculated

Description    When multiple enterprise projects are open, resource views display all resources from all open projects of the same version (for example, all published versions of open projects). The Enterprise Team Member field indicates whether the resource is a team member in the active project.

How Calculated    If a resource is a team member in the active project, this field contains Yes. If not, the Enterprise Team Member field contains No.

Best Uses    Add the Enterprise Team Member field to a resource view if you want to view, filter, or group on resources that originate in the enterprise resource pool or those that have been added locally.

Example    You are the project manager for three current projects. You always have all three project plans open at the same time. This is helpful when you want to work with information on resources shared among the three projects. When you want to see only those resources that are team members of each active project, you filter by the Enterprise Team Member field set to Yes.

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