Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part5 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps #PowerAutomate

In the 5th part of the series on extending Project for the Web we will look at adding two more entities to the app and also a simple report created in Word. In part 4 we covered the Power Automate Flow that was used for the Risk to Issue escalation feature and also adding some... Continue Reading →

Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part4 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps #PowerAutomate

Here is the 4th part to the series on extending Project for the Web. If you missed part 3, it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/12/23/extending-projectfortheweb-part3-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps/ Part 3 covered adding a new Risks entity into Power Apps then adding this new entity into the example model driven Power App. In part 4 we will look at... Continue Reading →

Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part3 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps

Here is part 3 of my blog series for extending Project for the Web, for those of you that missed part 2, it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/12/19/extending-projectfortheweb-part2-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps/ In part 2 we looked at creating the new app, in this post we will look at adding a new Risks entity. My updated example app that... Continue Reading →

Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part2 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps

Following on from my last blog post where I started to extending Project for the Web, this is the second post in this series. For those of you that missed part 1, this can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/12/13/extending-projectfortheweb-part1-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps/ So in the last post we covered creating / updated the entities in Power Apps by creating... 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 →

Welcome to the new Project – getting started Part 2 #MSProject #PPM #Office365 #PowerPlatform #ProjectMangement #ModernWorkManagement #CDS #PMOT #PMO

Following on from yesterday’s blog post: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/10/29/welcome-to-the-new-project-getting-started-part-1-msproject-ppm-office365-powerplatform-projectmangement-modernworkmanagement-cds-pmot-pmo/ walking through the new Project, here is part 2. In the post we will look at the backend to the new Project and look at two Power BI report packs I released yesterday. Links were in the part 1 but for completeness here they are again: Power BI... Continue Reading →

Welcome to the new Project – getting started Part 1 #MSProject #PPM #Office365 #PowerPlatform #ProjectMangement #ModernWorkManagement #CDS #PMOT #PMO

As you might have seen, the new Project started rolling out a week just over a week ago but the official release is today, here is the blog post from Microsoft: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2019/10/29/new-microsoft-project-rolls-out-worldwide/ If you didn’t see the earlier Microsoft blog post announcement about the start of the rollout it can be found here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Project-Blog/The-new-Project-is-rolling-out/ba-p/909721 In... Continue Reading →

Sync #MSProject #Roadmap Row Item Status with #ProjectOnline Task Status using #MicrosoftFlow #CDS #PowerPlatform #MSFlow #REST #SharePoint #WorkManagement #Office365

At the recent Microsoft PPM Summit in Prague last week, Chris Boyd from the Microsoft Project Product team demonstrated syncing the Roadmap row item status with the task status from the Project Online schedule. This was done using compiled code in a console application which worked well. I set myself a little challenge to do... Continue Reading →

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