Since yesterday the ProjToolV2 is available. It works with CSOM and you can do various bulk actions like deleting objects, creating projects and creating resources. Personally, I’ll use it to get demo data in a very quick and uncomplicated way. Brain Smith described already in his blog, how to set it up. Here you will get an overview about the different functions of the tool.by
Let’s check and compare the two different time tracking methods within Project Server / Project Online. There will be three different blog posts about this topic: This one is about Tasks, part 2 is about Timesheets and last but not least the grand final with a comparison between the two methods.by
Sometimes a visit in the app store of Microsoft is like a visit to the candy shop… without paying. Today is such a day, because Microsoft introduced the Office 365 Project Portfolio Dashboard for Project Online and Project Server, which is absolutely free.
Update 11/8/2017: This app is no longer available. It is replaced by the PowerBI content pack for Project Online.by
Did you ever saw a message like this within Microsoft Project Professional/Standard?!
If so, intentionally or unintentionally you have some tasks with a special constraint type in your automatically scheduled project plan. Per default, every task starts ‘as soon as possible’ (if you schedule forward) and shifts through the duration and linkage of the predecessor. Continue reading →by
Today’s blog is about one of the most underrated function within Microsoft Project, the use of deadlines. But one after another: We all know know the difference between milestones and deadlines from a business perspective, right?!
You can find dozens of definitions of a milestone in the most common frameworks like the PMBOK Guide (PMI), the national competence baseline (IPMA) or PRINCE2. The common ground is among other things as follows: Continue reading →by