Timephased data

Configure Rollup of Timephased Reporting Data in Project Online

Many organizations need reports that retrieve Tasks and Assignments timephased data. The problem is performance issues, especially in organizations that have a lot of Project Online reporting data. Microsoft acknowledged that not all organizations would need the timephased data to be reported by day. So they introduced an option to roll up the data on Read more about Configure Rollup of Timephased Reporting Data in Project Online[…]

DLR Policy Tips

DLP Policy Tips Now work with SharePoint Online

Microsoft introduced this feature back in May 2017…the consistent, coherent sharing experience across the Web and desktop. These improvements allow users to share Office 365 files directly from the file explorer. Microsoft made these updates to provide a simple way to share files internally and externally while retaining the same level of security. Making the file Read more about DLP Policy Tips Now work with SharePoint Online[…]

Create Power App Screen

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[…]

Job State ‘Skipped For Optimization’ in Microsoft Project Server Queue

Periodically EPMA’s Support Team gets this question from a Project Server Administrator reviewing the server’s Manage Queue Jobs: What is causing the server to show a Job State of Skipped For Optimization and 20% complete? First, ‘Skipped for Optimization’ is not an error. It is a status indicating that the system has already completed the job Read more about Job State ‘Skipped For Optimization’ in Microsoft Project Server Queue[…]

Read only Custom Fields Using jQuery

Sometimes in Project Server we have a requirement to make a custom field read only after a value was provided. A good example will be changing a project a custom Project ID field after approval. Now, if you have a Workflow implemented in Project Server, this will be controlled by the workflow. However, in our Read more about Read only Custom Fields Using jQuery[…]

Removing Legend Items in a Microsoft Project 2013 Schedule

Have you ever tried to print your project schedule only to see that the bottom half of each page is being taken up by the legend and all the items inside? Now there is a way to completely remove the legend with just a checkbox… but what if you actually want to display the legend and Read more about Removing Legend Items in a Microsoft Project 2013 Schedule[…]

Using the New Filtering Functionality in Microsoft Project 2013

Since its initial release over 2 years ago, users of Microsoft Project 2013 have probably been using several powerful new features in the software, including the new Dashboard Reports and Task Path features. However, if you are using Microsoft Project 2013 (or thinking of using it), did you know that there are eleven new task Read more about Using the New Filtering Functionality in Microsoft Project 2013[…]

Converting an Editable Subproject to Read-Only in a Program Schedule

Many of you use Microsoft Project and Project Server to schedule projects within a program. When I schedule my projects that belong to a program, I like to create a Program Master Schedule. My Program Master Schedule is basically a shell that houses the Subproject links. The screen shot below displays an example of a Program Read more about Converting an Editable Subproject to Read-Only in a Program Schedule[…]