One of the main configuration items with respect to Project Server / Project Online is the creation of project level Enterprise Custom fields and their layout on separate Project Detail Pages. Assuming that you are not using workflow* then by default anyone with read access to the project can see all of the . . . → Read More: Securing Enterprise Custom fields on Project Detail Pages in #ProjectOnline #Project #PPM #PS2013 #Office365
#ProjectOnline #ProjectServer #PowerBI #PowerQuery #BI #Office365 #Excel #PPM
Just a quick plug for an article I recently wrote for the TechNet UK blog – it’s an expansion on a previous blog and works as an introduction to PowerBI with Project Online and is available here…
Whilst I’m at it, other noteworthy resources for . . . → Read More: #PowerBI on the TechNet UK blog
Recently I’ve been working with a customer on getting a simple way of displaying resource information. In truth I started with manipulating data in Excel using VBA, but quickly realised that there was a better way to do this using PowerBI.
The end result (or rather the 1st iteration) is a report which . . . → Read More: #PowerBI with #ProjectOnline #Office365 #PPM to view Resource Work by day
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One of the nice things about being is a consultant is that I get to visit a lot of different customers to talk about and implement Project Online and Project Server systems. Once of the downsides of this is that I end up with and maintain multiple PWA accounts in MS project, . . . → Read More: Issues with Multiple Project Server Accounts in #MSProject with #ProjectOnline
In this series of blogs, I’m going to try list the differences between Project 2013 and Project 2016 – I’ll be comparing the Professional versions so if you’ve got the standard version then not every change will impact you. Also, I’m not going to be concerned with UI changes (unless they are significant), . . . → Read More: Project 2016 (change 1) – Online status next to name
It’s a bit of a mundane topic this one, but like all of my topics, it’s soooo real world!
I have a customer (okay, so I’ve got lots, not just the one!) and this particular customer is only using Project Online, and not Project Pro for O365/Project 2013 Professional. For those of you familiar . . . → Read More: I can’t delete a project – but I’m THE project manager!
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When it comes to Risks and Issues, I find that many of my customers wish to transfer their existing Risks and Issues Matrix, often held in Excel , directly into the pre-existing SharePoint lists on the project site. Excel is an excellent tool, managing risks is complex, and so consequently the spreadsheet . . . → Read More: Nested IFs and Risks Lists
The Project MVP community is hosting the 1st ever Project Virtual Conference. Running for 24 hours on the 22nd October, it encompasses the truly global nature of the MS Project Community, with speakers from the US, UK, Australia, Russia and many points in between. We’re not just focusing on Project, but Project Server and Project . . . → Read More: The Project Virtual Conference
Modifying an existing project site, saving it as a template and then associating that template to an EPT is something that I’ve been doing for many years in one form or another with Project Server systems (prior to 2010 there wasn’t an EPT construct, but the ideas were the same). When it comes to . . . → Read More: Save Site as Template – No longer an option!
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I’m currently helping manage a multiyear schedule and the client wishes to plot Planned Value vs Earned Value charts each month as a way of tracking “progress”. This is a typical scenario in engineering projects, and is even mandatory . . . → Read More: Earned Value Shenanigans