When creating projects in Office 365 Project Online you can create projects based on different types known as Enterprise Project Types, here is a link on setting these up: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2014/01/27/getting-started-with-projectonline-part-5-ps2013-office365-project-ppm-sharepointonline-pm/ Creating a project via PWA enables you to select the correct EPT for your type of project. When creating a project programmatically you can also... Continue Reading →
When programmatically working with projects in Office 365 Project Online, if you wish to edit a project, you will only be able to do this if the project is not already checked out. Below is a simple example using Microsoft Flow to check if the projects are checked out: The Flow is detailed below. Firstly... Continue Reading →
There was a nice new message in the Office 365 message center today - Introducing the reimagined Microsoft Project! This can be seen below: This includes a link to the published roadmap item: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&filters=&searchterms=54641  Looking forward to the new Project going live!
I’ve posted quite a few posts for Project Online using Microsoft Flow recently so here is another! The last one was to chase / prompt users for in progress overdue timesheets, if you didn’t see this, here it is: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/08/28/projectonline-and-adaptive-cards-in-microsoftteams-using-microsoftflow-to-chase-users-for-overdue-timesheets-ppm-projectmanagement-msproject-powerplatform-office365/ This time we will look at integrating Office 365 Project Online with Azure DevOps using... Continue Reading →