Sure - they’re not glamorous by any means but they get the job done. This is a variation on the Tasks page where my animators can go find a rig that needs testing, assign themselves, and test away, and it’s a bookmarked page with a saved filter that filters by the task name:
Then I have a “look here is the stuff you need to approve!” page for one particular reviewer, just a versions page with a saved filter based on his name in the Reviewer field and the status (active stuff and then a toggle to see past things he’s approved or asked to have revised):
And then in another thread someone was asking about to-do lists in Shotgun and in thinking about that I came up with a filter solution on Notes that I threw together for my crew and we’re using it now. The filter set up looks like this on that one:
With this one since it’s set to “Me” it’s one page for everyone. And using the “me” option, I could repurpose that Joe page above so any approver could use the same page.
I have a lot of folks set in their ways so figuring out how to get Shotgun to conform to their expectations is a big part of my day. I use these sort of tricks all the time. Hope you find these helpful. If you have a specific end point you’re trying to achieve, post it or send me a message. I’m happy to help because if it’s a useful idea we might be able to use it too.