#ProjectOnline – how to check if a project is checked out using #MicrosoftFlow #Office365 #PPM #MSProject #PowerPlatform #ProjectManagement

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 →

#ProjectOnline and #AzureDevOps integration using #MicrosoftFlow #Office365 #PPM #AzureBoards #MSProject #PowerPlatform #ProjectManagement

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 →

#ProjectOnline and adaptive cards in #MicrosoftTeams using #MicrosoftFlow to chase users for overdue timesheets #PPM #ProjectManagement #MSProject #PowerPlatform #Office365

Another example use case for adaptive cards in Microsoft Teams to add additional Office 365 Project Online integration. In this example this solution will post a card in Teams for users who have timesheets in progress that are overdue. My previous example posted to Project Owners: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/08/24/projectonline-and-adaptive-cards-in-microsoftteams-using-microsoftflow-for-project-owner-actions-ppm-projectmanagement-msproject-office365-powerplatform/ This example posts to the timesheet owners who... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline and adaptive cards in #MicrosoftTeams using #MicrosoftFlow for Project Owner actions #PPM #ProjectManagement #MSProject #Office365 #PowerPlatform

In my previous blog post I created an example of how a combination of Microsoft Teams, Adaptive Cards and Microsoft Flow can be used for project escalations by posting a card into a Microsoft Team for the PMO. In this post I’ve got a slightly different example that posts a card to a Project Owner... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline and adaptive cards in #MicrosoftTeams using #MicrosoftFlow for Project escalations #PPM #ProjectManagement #MSProject #Office365

As Microsoft Teams is the place to be currently I thought I would blog another option for integrating Office 365 Project Online data in Teams. My previous Teams post example was to create a Team and channel for a Project as seen here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/06/12/create-a-microsoftteam-for-a-projectonline-project-using-microsoftflow-office365-microsoftgraph-ppm-workmanagement-powerplatform-azuread-collaboration-automation-part1/ & here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/06/13/create-a-microsoftteam-for-a-projectonline-project-using-microsoftflow-office365-microsoftgraph-ppm-workmanagement-powerplatform-azuread-collaboration-automation-part2/ This time we will look at adaptive cards... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline custom #email notifications using #MSFlow #MicrosoftFlow #PPM #PMOT #MSProject #Exchange #Office365 #PowerPlatform #Planner Part 3

It’s been a while since I published the last post in this mini series due to getting carried away with other Microsoft Flow goodness for Project Online. The previous post in this custom email notification series can be found below: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/04/30/projectonline-custom-email-notifications-using-msflow-microsoftflow-ppm-pmot-msproject-exchange-office365-powerplatform-part-2/ In the final part of this email notification series we send an email with... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline Risk to Issue Escalator built using #MicrosoftFlow #Office365 #SharePoint #JavaScript #PPM #ProjectManagement #MSProject #PMOT #PMO

More Microsoft Flow action here in this post, this time building a Risk to Issue escalator for Office 365 Project Online. In project management risks sometimes unfortunately turn into issues. When this event occurs it’s useful to be able to copy over some useful information from the risk item and automatically create that issue item... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline custom #email notifications using #MSFlow #MicrosoftFlow #PPM #PMOT #MSProject #Exchange #Office365 #PowerPlatform Part 2

Following on from my last post on email notifications using Microsoft Flow, this post looks at further examples. Part 1 can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/03/18/projectonline-custom-email-notifications-using-msflow-microsoftflow-ppm-pmot-msproject-exchange-office365-powerplatform-part-1/ In case you missed it, I also published a video last week with a simple example Flow to send the project owner an email on project creation: https://youtu.be/CCdxUqBrhEA In part... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline custom #email notifications using #MSFlow #MicrosoftFlow #PPM #PMOT #MSProject #Exchange #Office365 #PowerPlatform Part 1

This blogs post has been delayed due to all of my blog posts on Microsoft’s new Roadmap service – summary post here with most of the posts: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/03/01/project-roadmap-cds-app-overview-ppm-projectmanagement-msproject-projectonline-office365-powerplatfom-dynamics365/ This post continues the series of posts I started to do in December 2018 following on from a Microsoft Tech Sync session where I presented a session... Continue Reading →

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