Set a #ProjectOnline Project custom lookup table field value using #PowerAutomate #MSProject #SharePoint #REST #Flow #Microsoft365 #LowCode #PowerPlatform

This was a flow I developed a few years ago now but never got around to publishing a blog post for it. It is quite a simple Power Automate flow that demonstrates updating a Project Online project level enterprise custom field value for a field that uses a lookup table. The full Power Automate flow... 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 →

Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part8 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps #PowerAutomate #PowerAddicts

Following on from part 7 where we built the snapshot process, in this post we will show the process running then view the data. If you missed part 7 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/03/12/extending-projectfortheweb-part7-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps-powerautomate-poweraddicts/ On the stage process, for the stages where the flow was added you will see the Run Flow button: This... Continue Reading →

Building a simple change request app for #ProjectOnline using the #PowerPlatform #PowerApps and #PowerAutomate #LessCodeMorePower part 2

Following on from part 1 where we created the functional app for Project change requests, here is part 2. If you missed part 1 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/02/09/building-a-simple-change-request-app-for-projectonline-using-the-powerplatform-powerapps-and-powerautomate-lesscodemorepower-part-1/. In part 2 we will look at the Power Automate Flow for the approvals and task creation. The Flow used can be seen below: If... Continue Reading →

#Office365 #ProjectfortheWeb #MicrosoftTeams integration #ProjectManagement #PPM #MSProject #PowerPlatform #PowerVirtualAgents Part 3

In part 3 of this series we will look at adding the sample bot created in part 2 in to Microsoft Teams. If you missed part 2 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/11/20/office365-projectfortheweb-microsoftteams-integration-projectmanagement-ppm-msproject-powerplatform-part-2/ Now we have a working Power Virtual Agent (PVA) for creating projects in Project for the Web we can now embed this... Continue Reading →

#Office365 #ProjectfortheWeb #MicrosoftTeams integration #ProjectManagement #PPM #MSProject #PowerPlatform Part 2

In the last post we started looking at integration options for Project for the Web in Microsoft Teams, this post can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/11/16/office365-projectfortheweb-microsoftteams-integration-projectmanagement-ppm-msproject-powerplatform-part-1/ This post continues with the Project for the Web and Microsoft Teams integration theme but this time creating a Project directly from Teams using a bot. This makes use of... Continue Reading →

#Office365 #ProjectfortheWeb Project Request process using #MicrosoftForms #CDS and #PowerAutomate #ProjectManagement #PPM #MSProject #PowerPlatform

A couple of weeks back I posted how to create a project request process for Office 365 Project Online using Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Flow, now known as Power Automate, and SharePoint, for those that missed that post, it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/10/23/office365-projectonline-project-request-process-using-microsoftforms-and-microsoftflow-projectmanagement-ppm-msproject-sharepoint-powerplatform/. Since the official release of the new Microsoft Project application, known as... Continue Reading →

#Office365 #ProjectOnline Project Request process using #MicrosoftForms and #MicrosoftFlow #ProjectManagement #PPM #MSProject #SharePoint #PowerPlatform

Following on from my last post where I created an example Microsoft Flow to create a project in Office 365 Project Online using the correct Enterprise Project Type, I’ve extended this to show how to build a project request process using Microsoft Forms, Flow Approvals, SharePoint and Project Online. If you missed the last post,... Continue Reading →

Creating new Projects based on EPTs in #Office365 #ProjectOnline using #MicrosoftFlow #PPM #PowerPlatform #REST #MSProject #ProjectManagement

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 →

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