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 →

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 →

Building a #PowerApps app for #MSProject data Summary post #SharePoint #PowerPlatform #PowerAutomate #LessModeMorePower #NoCode #CDS #Office365 #PowerBI

This is a quick post to link to all of the blog posts in this mini series for building an app for the Microsoft Project SharePoint task list data. The links can be seen below along with a link to a video showing the app: Part 1: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/16/building-a-powerapps-app-for-msproject-data-part-1-sharepoint-powerplatform-powerautomate-lessmodemorepower-nocode-cds-office365/ Part 2: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/25/building-a-powerapps-app-for-msproject-data-part-2-sharepoint-powerplatform-powerautomate-lessmodemorepower-nocode-cds-office365/ Part 3: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/27/building-a-powerapps-app-for-msproject-data-part-3-sharepoint-powerplatform-powerautomate-lessmodemorepower-nocode-cds-office365/ Part... Continue Reading →

Building a #PowerApps app for #MSProject data Part 4 #SharePoint #PowerPlatform #PowerAutomate #LessModeMorePower #NoCode #CDS #Office365

Continuing with the Power App for Microsoft Project SharePoint task list data, in this post we look at examples for building capabilities into the app that will enhance the Microsoft Project experience. If you missed part 3 we covered syncing the Microsoft Project data to the Power App Common Data Service (CDS) using a Power... Continue Reading →

Building a #PowerApps app for #MSProject data Part 3 #SharePoint #PowerPlatform #PowerAutomate #LessModeMorePower #NoCode #CDS #Office365

In part 3 we continue looking at the Power Automate Flow that is used to sync the data to the Power Apps Common Data Service (CDS) entities. If you missed part 2 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/25/building-a-powerapps-app-for-msproject-data-part-2-sharepoint-powerplatform-powerautomate-lessmodemorepower-nocode-cds-office365/ Continuing where we left off in part 2, I have simplified the flow a lot as I... Continue Reading →

Building a #PowerApps app for #MSProject data Part 2 #SharePoint #PowerPlatform #PowerAutomate #LessModeMorePower #NoCode #CDS #Office365

This is part 2 of the mini series I started on extending the capability of Microsoft Project using the Power Platform. For those organisations using the “Sync with SharePoint” option for Microsoft Project and sync all projects to sites in the same site collection in Office 365 – this provides an option for adding capabilities... 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 →

Create a #MicrosoftTeam for a #ProjectOnline Project using #MicrosoftFlow #Office365 #MicrosoftGraph #PPM #WorkManagement #PowerPlatform #AzureAD #Collaboration #Automation Part2

Following on from my last blog post where I started to walkthrough a new Microsoft Flow I created for creating a Microsoft Team for a Project Online project, here is the final part of the Flow. For those that missed part 1, a link can be found below: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/06/12/create-a-microsoftteam-for-a-projectonline-project-using-microsoftflow-office365-microsoftgraph-ppm-workmanagement-powerplatform-azuread-collaboration-automation-part1/ In the last post we finished... Continue Reading →

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