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
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
There are two different adjusting screws to administer the project web app:
1) Within the respective instance you can change the site settings and pwa settings for a single site or site collection (if the prerequisites in Office 365 are done).
2) In the SharePoint Admin Center you can not only create and delete site collections, several PWA options in Project Online are also transferred to Office 365. Sounds a little bit like it was done in the Central Administration with an on-premise system, right? However, among other things in the SharePoint Admin Center you can change the permission mode, define quotas and control who’s able to see and edit the site collection settings in the PWA.