In the O365 ecosystem agile frameworks are supported within Planner, but also within Project Professional until now. The features in the client are brandnew and provide new planning approaches like scrum and kanban. For the first time of the project client, not the gantt chart is in the focus, but a planning board which can be divided in sprints or by status.by
In the first blog post about reporting with OData, we discovered how to get project data with the standard projectdata feed. We used an URL like https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/pwa/_api/projectdata/[en-us] to receive all enterprise custom fields without any filtering. It is a very simple approach to build a list or some graphics, but the performance isn’t good enough for productive environments, especially with time phased data. For this reason some adjustments are necessary, to request just the respective data that you really need in your report. We’ll check out how to do that in this article.by
In this blog series I’ll show you the steps how to create an OData report for your multi-project landscape in Project Online/Project Server. You get a basic idea about the security concept, the process to design reports and how to achieve an adequate performance during data refresh.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