Conditional coloring available for #Microsoft #Projectfortheweb #WorkManagement #ProjectManagement #TaskManagement #MSProject

Want to add more visual engagement to your Project for the web projects? Bring attention to key information? Well now you can with the conditional coloring option?Clicking this loads the conditional coloring modal where you can set the rules:Firstly select the field, this shows a list of the default intrinsic fields:Then select the operator, the... Continue Reading →

Charts now available in #Projectfortheweb #WorkManagement #TaskManagement #ProjectManagement #MicrosoftProject #PPM

The Charts feature is now live in Project for the web as seen below by clicking on the Chart tab:This feature offers some visuals to quickly see the status of your project. The charts are interactive with on hover data tool tips:You can also use the filters below each chart to filter the data:Take a... Continue Reading →

#Projectfortheweb project templates available #ProjectManagement #WorkManagement #TaskManagement #MSProject #MicrosoftProject #Microsoft365

Templates are available* in Project for the web as per the roadmap item here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-ww/microsoft-365/roadmap?featureid=88851 *Notice I’ve outlined the /en-US in red in the image above, this is the only way I can access the templates currently so I’m not sure the roll out is completed yet. So if you are not seeing templates yet, switch... Continue Reading →

Update the #Projectfortheweb #PowerBI template to include new data for labels and check lists #ProjectManagement #WorkManagement #TaskManagement #MicrosoftProject

As you are probably aware, Microsoft released two new features for Project for the web:Labels: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2022/04/06/task-labels-now-available-in-projectfortheweb-projectmanagement-workmanagement-taskmanagement-microsoft365/ Checklists: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2022/01/25/projectfortheweb-task-checklist-feature-microsoftproject-msproject-workmanagement-taskmanagement-microsoft365/ These datasets are not in the default Power BI report template for Project for the web. In this blog post we will walkthrough the steps required to get this data into the default Power BI template found here: https://github.com/OfficeDev/Project-Power-BI-Templates/blob/master/Project%20for%20the%20Web/Microsoft%20Project%20for%20the%20Web%20Power%20BI%20Template.pbit... Continue Reading →

#Projectfortheweb choice field colour formatting options #WorkManagement #TaskManagement #ProjectManagement #MSProject #MicrosoftProject #Microsoft365 #PPM

Choice fields were released back in June 2021 for Project for the web as seen here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2021/06/21/choice-fields-now-available-in-projectfortheweb-workmanagement-projectmanagement-msproject-microsoftproject-microsoft365-projecthome/. The choice fields have received a simple but useful update, you can now provide a colour format for the field:This enables you to visualise the data in a more engaging way. Clicking the colour picker option loads the... Continue Reading →

File storage for Project for the web projects #Projectfortheweb #Microsoft365 #Microsoft365Groups #SharePoint #WorkManagement #TaskManagement #Collaboration

When using Project for the web, you have the ability to associate that project with a Microsoft 365 Group. This enables many features such as the ability to give other users access to the project and the ability to upload attachments to tasks – tasks attachments are covered here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2021/01/10/task-attachments-in-projectfortheweb-workmanagement-taskmanagement-ppm-msproject-microsoft365groups/. You can also use the... Continue Reading →

A simple way to have Tasks, Risks and Issues in #Projectfortheweb using custom fields in the Project Office UI #ProjectManagement #WorkManagement #TaskManagement #PPM #Microsoft365 #PowerPlatform

The Project for the web interface is used to manage the tasks in your projects. Other project artefacts such as Risks and Issues are not fully available* in the modern engaging Project Office UI found at - https://project.microsoft.com/. You can of course use the Power Platform’s Power Apps, either Canvas or Model-driven apps, to build... Continue Reading →

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