Choice fields now available in #Projectfortheweb #WorkManagement #ProjectManagement #MSProject #MicrosoftProject #Microsoft365 #ProjectHome

For a while now you have been able to create local custom fields in Project for the web: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/09/04/task-level-custom-fields-support-in-projectfortheweb-workmanagement-taskmanagement-msproject-office365-ppm/ but this didn’t include Choice field types where users can select values from a list. A recent update to the service has now enabled Choice fields:Now you can consistently tag the tasks with a value from... 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 →

Two sessions at #GlobalCon4 on #Projectfortheweb and #Roadmap #Workmanagement #Productmanagement #Taskmanagement #ProjectManagement #PPM #Office365 #Microsoft365

Got 40 minutes to spare on Tuesday 10th November and want to know more about two Microsoft Project apps, Project for the web and Roadmap? If so, register today. Session details below: All access pass: https://partners.collab365.community/21219/48602 On the day pass: https://partners.collab365.community/21397/48602 Session 1: Want to see project data from Azure Boards, Project Online and Project... Continue Reading →

New feature for #Projectfortheweb with Export to #Excel #MSProject #MicrosoftProject #Office365 #Workmanagement #PPM

Starting to rollout (so your tenant might not have this yet but it will soon) is the ability to export a Project for the web project to Excel. This is the feature detailed here on the roadmap: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?featureid=67149. Once this reaches your tenant you will see a new ellipsis action button on the top right... Continue Reading →

Managing Risks for #Projectfortheweb projects using #SharePointOnline and #MicrosoftTeams #MSProject #Office365 #Microsoft365Groups #Microsoft365 #MicrosoftLists

In this blog post we will look at a different option for managing project logs, in this case Risks. I previously covered adding Risks into a custom model-driven Power App here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/12/23/extending-projectfortheweb-part3-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps/ but this time we will look at a different option. For this option we will use the SharePoint site that is used by... Continue Reading →

Handling pagination in #PowerAutomate #SharePoint HTTP flow action for #ProjectOnline flows #Office365 #Automation #Workflows #PowerPlatform #PowerAddicts #NoCode #LessCodeMorePower #MSProject

When building Power Automate flows for Office 365 Project Online the Project Online connector has it’s limitations but using the SharePoint “Send an HTTP request to SharePoint” action opens up lots of options. I’ve been using this action in may of the example Power Automate flows I’ve blogged about over the last few years. Using... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Teams app for Roadmap #MicrosoftTeams #Projectfortheweb #MicrosoftProject #ProjectOnline #AzureBoards #WorkManagement #MSProject #Office365

Following on my post last week highlighting the new Project app for Microsoft Teams, at the same time, Microsoft also released the Roadmap app for Microsoft Teams. If you missed the previous post on the Project app for Teams, it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/08/22/microsoft-teams-app-for-project-for-the-web-microsoftteams-projectfortheweb-microsoftproject-workmanagement-msproject-office365/ In this post we will take a look at the... Continue Reading →

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