Import MPP project files in the model driven Project #PowerApps #Projectfortheweb #MSProject #MicrosoftProject #WorkManagement

Earlier this year Microsoft added the ability to create a new project in the Project for the web UI by importing from an existing Project desktop MPP file, before it was added to the UI it was possible via a script. The Project for the web UI option is detailed here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2021/06/09/import-microsoft-project-desktop-mpp-files-into-projectfortheweb-via-the-project-home-ui-msproject-microsoftproject-workmanagement-taskmanagement-projectmanagement-ppm/This option was missing... Continue Reading →

New filtering options in #Projectfortheweb #MSProject #MicrosoftProject #WorkManagement #TaskManagement

It’s been possible to filter the tasks in Project for the web for well over a year now but when this feature was first released it was only a keyword filter – this can be seen here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/16/projectfortheweb-task-filter-feature-workmanagement-taskmanagement-ppm-msproject-office365/ then later on the ability to also filter by Progress was added. Recently Microsoft enhanced the Filter... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 #SharePointOnline tenant rename–impact on #ProjectOnline #MSProject #MicrosoftProject

Just a quick post to highlight the documented impact on Project Online when using the newly released tenant rename feature in Microsoft 365 SharePoint Online as documented here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/tenant-renameThe docs detail the limitations of this feature, 5 points are detailed in the Medium Impact section for Project Online / Project Pro with PWA, the main... Continue Reading →

Import #Microsoft #Project Desktop mpp files into #Projectfortheweb via the Project Home UI #MSProject #MicrosoftProject #WorkManagement #TaskManagement #ProjectManagement #PPM

For a while now you have been able to import Microsoft Project .mpp files into Project for the web via an API using PowerShell. This is documented here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/project-blog/import-project-desktop-files-to-project-for-the-web-api/ba-p/2031298. This capability has moved to the Project Home user interface now so this is much more end user friendly! The API route could still be useful... Continue Reading →

Using #Projectfortheweb, #MicrosoftPlanner or #AzureDevOps for managing #projects / #tasks and need a way for users to submit project requests or project ideas? #WorkManagement #MicrosoftProject #edison365 #PPM #PowerAutomate Part 2

Following on from part 1 where we introduced edison365 ideas as the project / task intake for Project for the web, Planner and Azure DevOps, in part 2 we continue where we left off. If you missed part 1 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2021/03/25/using-projectfortheweb-microsoftplanner-or-azuredevops-for-managing-projects-tasks-and-need-a-way-for-users-to-submit-project-requests-or-project-ideas-workmanagement-microsoftproject-edis/Continuing with looking the Power Automate flow used for the Project... Continue Reading →

Using #Projectfortheweb, #MicrosoftPlanner or #AzureDevOps for managing #projects / #tasks and need a way for users to submit project requests or project ideas? #WorkManagement #MicrosoftProject #edison365 #PPM #PowerAutomate Part 1

It’s common in many organizations to use many different tools to manage work, this could be due to different teams having different requirements or just different preferences. Managing work is common, we all have tasks or projects that we work on. Having an engaging tool to capture new project ideas is also a common requirement... Continue Reading →

#Projectfortheweb Project Accelerator solution for enhanced capabilities in #MicrosoftProject #PowerApps #PowerPlatform #Dataverse #WorkManagement #TaskManagement #PowerBI #PPM

The Microsoft Project for the web Project Accelerator was first mentioned a while ago now but has recently been made available on GitHub. The link can be seen below:https://github.com/OfficeDev/Project-Accelerator The GitHub README file contains the details to get started with the Project Accelerator solution: https://github.com/OfficeDev/Project-Accelerator/blob/main/README.mdThis is a great way to get more out of your Project... Continue Reading →

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