How to calculate %Planned #Project #Project Online

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One of my customers recently wanted to calculated %Planned for each task (and therefore each project).  They had done a little research on the net but the formula they found didn’t work in Project Online, only MS Project. 

So what is %Planned?

In it’s simplest form, %Planned = duration to date / duration . . . → Read More: How to calculate %Planned #Project #Project Online

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A small formula for my friends in Finland

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So, you know who you are, and I said I’d write this up…  For everyone else, this is a simple formula with graphical indicators to show the “Deadline cushion” between a deadline date and the Finish date of a task. . . . → Read More: A small formula for my friends in Finland

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Displaying the Day count for a task

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A customer on a recent training course asked if how he could create a view that didn’t display dates, but rather showed the day number from the project start date, that each task started on. 

Depending on whether you want to include working days or not, the formula is different; for example, . . . → Read More: Displaying the Day count for a task

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