The benefits of the Project Online ‘Approval Center’ include the ability to preview submitted task updates, accept updates and establish auto-approval rules to more efficiently manage your projects.
One common question that can be asked to any company, department, or individual is: “What do you do and how does it benefit me?” After you recover from the shock and crassness of the question, you realize that that is the reason people start businesses, create departments, and hire individuals … to create value. To successfully provide the value that people Read more about Roles and Responsibilities are Key to your Success![…]
We recently had a client contact our EPMA support team asking for help with Tasks missing from user’s timesheets. There are many reasons a task might not show up on a Team Member’s timesheet and some are predictable. At the end of a project, a project manager may be closing out tasks. In PS 2013 Read more about Project Assignments Not Displaying on a Timesheet[…]
Changing Existing Tasks In the part one of this blog I explained the major difference between Manually Scheduled and Auto Scheduled tasks. With tasks that have already been entered, it is still possible to switch over from Manually Scheduled to Auto Scheduled. One of the ways is by selecting the desired task and clicking on the Read more about Manually Scheduled vs Auto Scheduled – Part Two[…]
Microsoft Project gives you the choice between Manually Scheduling your projects or using Microsoft’s Auto Scheduling engine. The question is, which method do you prefer? The major difference between Manually Scheduled and Auto Scheduled Tasks is that the Manually Scheduled feature enables user controlled scheduling and gives the user responsibility to track schedules on any Read more about Manually Scheduled vs Auto Scheduled – Part One[…]
Inserting tasks in Microsoft Project is fairly easy, have you ever wanted to quickly insert a new task within an existing task list in your project plan? Here are five different ways to insert a new task. Typing at the top row of a blank project schedule and pressing Enter automatically adds a new task, another way is clicking Read more about Five Ways To Insert Tasks In MS Project[…]