#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 PWA Stats with Snapshot #JavaScript #jQuery #PPM #Office365 #PMOT #MSProject

Want to view simple PWA stats and capture the data to then build simple trend reports? This simple JavaScript and jQuery solution starter might be a good starting point. The output can be seen below: Each PWA entity can be expanded to see the stats: Then each week or month etc. you can take a... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline : Add related projects to a custom field #JavaScript #jQuery #PPM #Office365 #PMOT #MSProject

This blog post follows on from my earlier blog post on updating Project Online project level custom fields from JavaScript using the REST API: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/05/21/using-rest-in-javascript-to-update-projectonline-project-custom-fields-ppm-pmot-jquery-office365/ As mentioned in that post, I have published example code sample / solution starter that demonstrates updating a project level custom field using the REST API. This simple code sample... Continue Reading →

Want to capture the last logon time for the #ProjectOnline PWA users? #PPM #JavaScript #Office365 #SharePoint

This is a supporting blog post for a new JavaScript file I have published to the Microsoft Gallery, it can be downloaded here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Capture-Online-user-last-43621a21 Microsoft recently removed the Last Logon details from the Manage Users page in PWA settings for Project Online – Microsoft’s PPM tool. This simple script is an alternative solution that will... Continue Reading →

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