Project Navigator makes it easy to view, edit, and access all of the projects you're working on. 

Accessing Project Navigator

To access the Project Navigator, click the 'Projects' page from the left panel of the app. 

Using Project Navigator

It will open a panel that shows a list of all the projects you have been added to in Hive. If you're looking for a particular project, you can search for it using the search bar.

If you want to see which projects you're a member of, you should go to My Projects tab.

You can see certain project information at a glance and control which columns (like the name of each project, the team members involved, the status, start and end dates, and project custom fields) are displayed for each project. Use the 'three-dots' icon on the right-hand side of Project Navigator to control these columns. You can also sort the columns to make it easier for you to navigate through your projects.

If you need to filter your projects by a project custom field value, this is something you can do as well. You need to hover over a custom field column and click the Filter icon. Set your value and you'll get a list of matching projects.

When you hover over a specific project, four options appear on the right (Tip: you may have to scroll over if you have many project custom fields!)

  • Edit - Change the settings of your project

  • Copy - Create another project with all the same tasks and layout with all dates removed

  • Archive - Remove project from action panel while still maintaining the data in the "Archived" section of Project Navigator

  • Delete - Permanently remove project and all its tasks from the workspace

In addition to your Active Projects and My Projects, you can also access your Archived Projects, Summary Views, and Templates from Project Navigator.

Pinning projects

If you are working in certain projects or summary views frequently, you can pin those to the left-hand bar.  By doing so, you'll be able to easily access those projects from anywhere within Hive.

To pin a project, simply click the pushpin icon to the left of the project name. Click it again if you'd like to remove it from the favorites section. 

Leaving Project Navigator

If you click one of the projects, it closes Project Navigator and opens up directly to the project.


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