How to Refresh Excel Reporting OData Feeds in Project Online

If you’re using Project Online, you might know about the different tools available (listed below) to you for generating various reports. Excel Client – You can use oData feeds in Excel to create and share interactive reports, scorecards, and dashboards using Excel 2013/2016. Excel Online – This enables you to view, interact with workbooks using the Read more about How to Refresh Excel Reporting OData Feeds in Project Online[…]

Office 365 Project Time Reporter for Project Online

Ever since timesheets were introduced in Microsoft Project Server, there has always been a desire to be able to update the timesheets on the go, so as to not be tied to the computer. Think of projects in Construction Management, where most of the team members are out in the field and are unable to come back Read more about Office 365 Project Time Reporter for Project Online[…]

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[…]

6 things you need to know about Microsoft Planner, the new work management offering from Microsoft

Microsoft announced this week that Microsoft Planner is now generally available, and all users with eligible Office 365 subscriptions will automatically see the Planner tile appear in the Office 365 app launcher when it is available for them to use. Read more While there is lot of information beginning start circulating on the Internet, we Read more about 6 things you need to know about Microsoft Planner, the new work management offering from Microsoft[…]

Project Server 2016 to be Released in May 2016

Microsoft finally made the much anticipated announcement that Project Server 2016 will be officially released to consumers this coming May. Now you may or may not already know that Project Professional 2016 and Project Pro for Office 365 (Project Online) have already been released. So what does this mean to you? EPMA has been testing Read more about Project Server 2016 to be Released in May 2016[…]

6 Critical Considerations Before Launching Microsoft Project Online

So you’re considering Microsoft Project Online… With Microsoft’s Project Online PPM tool making gains in stability, functionality, features, and popularity, I thought I’d broadcast some of my thoughts to counter recent observations I’ve picked up from my experience in the Enterprise PPM space. While I think there’s always been some tendency to regard Microsoft software Read more about 6 Critical Considerations Before Launching Microsoft Project Online[…]

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 Read more about 16 Easy Spring Projects to Boost Your Microsoft PPM Curb Appeal[…]

Deleting Projects from Project Online or Project Server (PPM 2013)

This blog is relevant to any Microsoft PPM environment.  This demonstration uses Microsoft PPM 2013 but the process is exactly the same for Project Server 2010. As a PPM 2013 administrator it may become necessary from time to time to remove projects from your PPM environment.  For example, someone creates a project by mistake or Read more about Deleting Projects from Project Online or Project Server (PPM 2013)[…]