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How To Create PowerApps In SharePoint Online

Introduction Microsoft introduced the PowerApps service back in November 2017. This service allows administrators to build apps that can run on a browser or phone or tablet with no coding knowledge needed.  PowerApps has drag and drop features and Excel like expressions that enables end users to work with data. In this blog, I will Read more about How To Create PowerApps In SharePoint Online[…]

Are you missing Reporting views in Project Server 2016?

Missing traditional SQL Reporting views in Project Server 2016 Project Web App Database? Below are the possible reasons for those missing views and recommendations to resolve them. Reason 1 Did you host multiple PWA site collections in a single Content DB? If yes then Project Server 2016 drops these views if there are multiple PWA site Read more about Are you missing Reporting views in Project Server 2016?[…]

Project Server 2016 – Project Center page is blank

Do you get a blank screen similar to the one shown here when you go to the Project Center page of your Microsoft Project Server 2016? if yes then here are the two solutions that we recommend. Solution 1: We would suggest this as a temporary workaround to resolve the issue immediately Login to one Read more about Project Server 2016 – Project Center page is blank[…]

How the New SharePoint Mobile App Impacts Project Online/Project Server

      Microsoft releases the iOS app for SharePoint Sticking to its Cloud-first, mobile-first mantra, Microsoft released the long overdue mobile app for SharePoint. Currently it is available only for iOS with other applications probably on the roadmap. This app works for both Online and On-Premises versions of SharePoint. You can read more about Read more about How the New SharePoint Mobile App Impacts Project Online/Project Server[…]

Force Check-In Projects in PWA

In this video you will learn How to Force Check-In Projects in PWA. Interested in how EPMA can help you with your projects? Contact us today at 1.888.444.EPMA or [email protected] Thanks for watching! Please feel free to leave comments below or check out our other blogs on Microsoft Project, Project Server, SharePoint and Project Management Methodology. Read more about Force Check-In Projects in PWA[…]

How Can I Speed up my Project Costs Reports?

If you’re a Microsoft Project Server report developer, you’ve no doubt come across the issue of long running reports that look to output time-phased cost data. Things are just fine until you go and add the costs to the query; then your 3 second query turns into a minute and a half. Sure the OLAP Read more about How Can I Speed up my Project Costs Reports?[…]

Two Microsoft Project MVPS from EPMA in Attendance at the Microsoft MVP Global Summit in Redmond

Prasanna Adavi (left) and Dale Howard (right), Microsoft Project MVPs I am pleased to report that EPMA has two Microsoft Project MVPs in attendance at the Microsoft MVP Global Summit in Redmond this week. Our two attendees are Prasanna Adavi and myself, Dale Howard. In fact, Prasanna and I are sitting next to each other right Read more about Two Microsoft Project MVPS from EPMA in Attendance at the Microsoft MVP Global Summit in Redmond[…]

Deleting Users in Microsoft Project Server

It is highly recommended that you do not delete Resource/Users when using a PPM tool such as Microsoft Project because you could potentially lose all the history related to the resource/user. For example – You create a user named John Smith who can also be assigned to projects as a resource. You have assigned John Read more about Deleting Users in Microsoft Project Server[…]