16 Easy Spring Projects to Boost Your Microsoft PPM Curb Appeal

27
Mar
16 Easy Spring Projects to Boost Your Microsoft PPM Curb Appeal

Want to spruce up your Microsoft Project Server or Microsoft Project Online implementation and give it a bit more curb appeal?

Here are some things you can do make your Microsoft PPM system look more appealing and useful to everyone using it:

1. Add your company or team logo to Project Web App (PWA) and the Project Sites to add branding:

 

2. Change the color scheme of PWA and the Project Sites to add character:

 

3. Configure useful notification tiles to appear on the PWA home page:

 

4. Rename and add helpful links to the main Quick Launch menu in PWA to improve navigation:

 

5. Add the Project Center listing to the PWA home page for easy access:

 

6. Add the Project Sites listing to the PWA home page for easy access:

 

7. Add the Team Member’s tasks listing to the PWA home page for easy access and updating:

 

8. Add the Team Member’s current timesheet to the PWA home page for easy access and updating:

 

9. Add the Team Member’s task calendar to the PWA home page for easy access:

 

10. Add your assigned project issues to the PWA home page for easy access:

 

11. Add your assigned project risks to the PWA home page for easy access:

 

12. Add your pending task and timesheet approvals to the PWA home page for increased visibility:

 

13. Add your queued Project Server jobs to the PWA home page for increased visibility to technical problems:

 

14. Add important projects to the PWA Project Center timeline for increased visibility:

 

15. Add helpful information and instructions to the Project Detail Pages in the PWA Project Center:

 

16. Add the latest issues, risks, change requests, and document updates to the Project Site home page for easy access:

 

Want help implementing any of these changes to your Microsoft Project Server or Project Online system? Contact EPMA and speak with one of our experts.

Good luck!