How do I find out the project participants for any project?
To find out the project participants for any of the projects, search for the project from the search bar.
Step 1: Click on the project card, you wish to view the participants for.
Fig.1: Project card
Step 2: Click on the participants' icons
Click on the + sign to view all participants with their designations.
Fig.2: Project participants' (all)
Fig.3: Project participants'
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