Level resource capacity January 29, 2013 - 19:10 pm By meijssenniels 6 comment(s) HiIs there a function to level overallocations of resources (not by doing this manually), so every resource is only used for its maximum capacity?Maybe this could be the default setting?!?Thanks for your reply.Cheers Groups Global User Group European User Community Tags leveling overallocation resource capacity 6 Comments mat February 18, 2013 - 21:12 pm Level resource capacity – feature request? Hi meijssenniels and everyone else, a very reasonable request! Can anyone help me out (sorry, if this is a stpid question, but I found nothing): Is there a list of features? And of upcoming ones? Is there a defined way to propose and discuss feature requests? However: I second this request! Regards from Vienna/Austria Matthew OB February 18, 2013 - 23:35 pm Resource Leveling in the Server/Cloud version I have heard a few requests for resource leveling. The development team is still heads down on rewriting ProjectLibre. We'll have an enterprise version spinning out of those efforts and resource leveling will be part of that version. It makes sense as it will be for multiprojecting etc..... mat May 15, 2013 - 21:51 pm Thx! Sorry for the late reply: thanks! — Matthew DavidT1001 June 17, 2015 - 18:08 pm Smoothing and levelling I am helping a small charity and have constructed a project schedule in Libre Project. I then found that there was no levelling or smoothing capability. I can see posts in 2013 indicating there was an intention to provide this functionality? Can someone update me on where this is. I have had to export to MS Project to achieve this. Levelling smoothing will make a real difference to the functional performance of this software. OB June 18, 2015 - 01:11 am Still in development... long process :-( We are still in development and completely rewriting ProjectLibre. It is a long process! mariePM August 4, 2016 - 16:47 pm Has smoothing and levelling been implemented. I am trying to allocate resources over 5 projects and need to smooth out the schedules.