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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?[…]

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[…]

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[…]

How to Build Reports Using OData Feeds

In this video you will learn how to build reports in Microsoft Project Server using odata feeds. Interested in how EPMA can help you with custom reporting? Contact us today at 713.400.9200 or [email protected] Thanks for watching! Please feel free to leave comments below or check out our other blogs on Microsoft Project, Project Server, Read more about How to Build Reports Using OData Feeds[…]

Microsoft Project Conference 2014 Sessions Now Available On Demand

Recorded sessions and PowerPoint presentations from the Microsoft Project Conference 2014, held February 2 – 5, 2014 in Anaheim, California, are now available on Microsoft’s Channel 9 web site. Video recordings can be streamed on demand or downloaded for offline viewing, and the accompanying PowerPoint presentations can be viewed in your web browser or downloaded Read more about Microsoft Project Conference 2014 Sessions Now Available On Demand[…]

Show Start and Finish Dates with Planned and Actual Indicators

If you regularly show ‘Actual Start‘ and ‘Actual Finish‘ dates alongside ‘Start‘ and ‘Finish‘ dates in order to show what has actually happened, here is a display technique that can save you some real estate in a view or report: placing a “P” next to the date to indicate that it is still planned or Read more about Show Start and Finish Dates with Planned and Actual Indicators[…]