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 →

#Office365 #ProjectOnline Project Request process using #MicrosoftForms and #MicrosoftFlow #ProjectManagement #PPM #MSProject #SharePoint #PowerPlatform

Following on from my last post where I created an example Microsoft Flow to create a project in Office 365 Project Online using the correct Enterprise Project Type, I’ve extended this to show how to build a project request process using Microsoft Forms, Flow Approvals, SharePoint and Project Online. If you missed the last post,... Continue Reading →

Creating new Projects based on EPTs in #Office365 #ProjectOnline using #MicrosoftFlow #PPM #PowerPlatform #REST #MSProject #ProjectManagement

When creating projects in Office 365 Project Online you can create projects based on different types known as Enterprise Project Types, here is a link on setting these up: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2014/01/27/getting-started-with-projectonline-part-5-ps2013-office365-project-ppm-sharepointonline-pm/ Creating a project via PWA enables you to select the correct EPT for your type of project. When creating a project programmatically you can also... 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 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 →

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