Microsoft Project 2010–Save for Sharing feature

While most companies are open to hiring contractors for their projects, they are still skeptical on giving them access to their network. We have many clients that, while want contractors to work on their project and provide input to the project schedule, do not like the idea of granting them access to their Project Server. Read more about Microsoft Project 2010–Save for Sharing feature[…]

Control the list of Reports by Department in Project Server 2010 – Part 1

Scenario You are using Project Server 2010 across multiple departments, and now have a long list of Reports in your Business Intelligence Center (as shown below). You would like to control the view of these reports for users, and ideally by the department the user belongs to. In this scenario, you have few options. Option Read more about Control the list of Reports by Department in Project Server 2010 – Part 1[…]

Fun Microsoft Project Trick: Walking Tasks

Fun, Geeky Microsoft Project Trick This Microsoft Project trick has been making its rounds through the Microsoft Project user community for several years, but for those of you who have not yet seen the trick, it is well worth the 5 minutes that it takes to check it out. It even works with Manually Scheduled Read more about Fun Microsoft Project Trick: Walking Tasks[…]

How to Remove Custom Views, Tables, Filters, and Groups from a Microsoft Project Schedule

Removing custom View, Table, Filter, and Group clutter While performing your day-to-day project schedule management activities, you may create some custom Microsoft Project Views, Tables, Filters, or Groups to help visualize or present the information in your project in various ways. Perhaps you have created a custom project milestone view that displays a filtered list Read more about How to Remove Custom Views, Tables, Filters, and Groups from a Microsoft Project Schedule[…]

MPUG WebnLearn: Bring Project Portfolio Management to your PMO using Project Server 2010

Just wanted to let all of you know that I will be presenting a web-n-learn for Microsoft Project Users Group (MPUG), on the topic “Bring Project Portfolio Management to your PMO using Project Server 2010” on 03/20/2013, at 12 PM EST. For more details, click here: http://www.mpug.com/Lists/Event%20Calendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=702&Source=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Empug%2Ecom%2FPages%2FHome%2Easpx This session will cover the specifics of how you can Read more about MPUG WebnLearn: Bring Project Portfolio Management to your PMO using Project Server 2010[…]