TO verify whether user can view which all office are in active status
This isn’t a sentence, it’s just a collection of words.
It looks unfinished … (what is supposed ‘to verify whether…’?)
Try again, think about the context and the meaning… (user or users… all the offices or the whole office … etc.?)
That doesn’t make sense as it stands.
Are you talking about people in an office?
Are you talking about the Office software application?
What do you mean by ‘active status’ here?
Also, as I’ve already pointed out, this is not a sentence, and the insistence of ‘to verify’ at the start makes it unlikely to be one.
Verify whether system displays all the active office
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My questions remain as above.
Are you talking about people in an office?------------->NO i am talking only abt office
Are you talking about the Office software application?------>I want 2 knw whether user can view only those office name which are active
What do you mean by ‘active status’ here?------>Is the office status closed(inactive) or active
“I am talking only about office” doesn’t help clarify things.
Are you talking about Microsoft Office?
Verify whether users can see who in the office is active/has an active status.
Still not happy with this ‘active status’ (sounds like for CIA spies) would “Verify whether users can see who in the office is logged in.” work …?