If you order your first project online subscription, a project web app is automatically created in the background. The instance gets the following url: https://<yourtenant>.sharepoint.com/sites/pwa and inherits the language of your O365 tenant. This PWA is also linked to the project online tile, which everyone with a valid subscription can see. But, what if the PWA has the wrong language? Or the wrong URL? What if I want to enable the users an easy access vehicle to multiple PWAs (e.g. test, dev environment)? You‘ll get the answers in this blog post.by
When it comes to language setting within the project web app, there are several adjustable screws, e.g. in the SharePoint admin center, in the PWA site settings and within Delve. Some options are only available for administrators and some can be used from the user himself. We’ll have a closer look to the language and regional settings within project online in this blog post.by
On today’s menu: Microsoft Sway! The preview phase took place in 2014 and one year later there has been the first official release. Microsoft Sway is a presentation service for keynotes, newsletter, reports and personal stories. Within the project management world it can be used e.g. to inform stakeholders about the latest project events via an up-to-date interactive service. Who is still excited receiving a newsletter via email, nowadays?! Often, these are sorted out into the SPAM folder or deleted unread.by
If you want to start using Project Online, you should think about how to generate users and resources in your PWA. You can create them both, manually and automatically. The first option may be possible, if there are not more than 20 resources, but for larger environments the manual creation process is painful. This blog article will show you how to manage your users and resources in Project Online.by
You want to migrate from Project Server on-premises to Project Online? Or you want to move from one Project Online PWA to another, e.g. to keep the configuration and data in line between your productive and qa environment? In this blog post I’ll give you some insights about this this questions.by
Welcome to an O365 journey! Within the next couple of weeks we’ll have a closer look to the different services like PowerApps, Flow, Planner, PowerBI and so on – of course in combination with Project Online.
This blog article is about a tool, which I have learned to love in the daily virtual collaboration of projects – Microsoft Teams. Microsoft describes it as “[…] a messaging app for teams where all conversations, meetings, files, and notes can be accessed by everyone on the team. It’s a place for collaboration and work to happen in the open.” Continue reading →by
Sometimes you need to change the project type while the project is already running, e.g. let’s assume you have original created a project from the enterprise project type General Project which should be changed to the standard Enterprise Project. If you can’t remember the project type that you have initially selected, you have several possibilities to figure it out.by
Sorry, we had some trouble connecting to get templates and can’t show them right now. This message might be displayed within the Project Professional Client, if you try to open the enterprise project templates from the Project Server, even if the permissions are set up in the right way.
Good news: It is easy to fix!
Open Project Professional, go to File -> Options -> Save and enter a location for the default personal templates. It can be any local location, that doesn’t really matter. Close Microsoft Project and open it again – you should be able to see the templates, now!by