I would like the ability to hide inactive database users from the schedule for and select users dialog box.
Agreed, but it should be an option.
I know a number of people who need to schedule for inactive users
As long as it optional. As Jeff said, I too have clients who schedule for inactive users, i.e. a delivery driver, who never uses Act!, but staff can see when he is booked out.
I hate more preferences.
What if they were all at the bottom?
Impact Suite has an option to "Hide inactive users"
It was the only clear way for the end-users to understand.
We found if you adjust the order then it gets confusing to the end-user.
-- Jim Durkin
I usually prefix the CONTACT NAME, not the user name, with an x, and this drops the name to the bottom of the user list.
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