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[…]

Deleting Users in Microsoft Project Server

It is highly recommended that you do not delete Resource/Users when using a PPM tool such as Microsoft Project because you could potentially lose all the history related to the resource/user. For example – You create a user named John Smith who can also be assigned to projects as a resource. You have assigned John Read more about Deleting Users in Microsoft Project Server[…]

Common Mistakes People Make in Microsoft Project (1 of 5)

This is the first in a series of common mistakes that I see people making within Microsoft Project on a daily basis. This series will hopefully help you to avoid these mistakes and use the tool more efficiently. Mistake: Manually Scheduled Tasks as default When you first install Microsoft Project on your computer the default Read more about Common Mistakes People Make in Microsoft Project (1 of 5)[…]

Something You Didn’t Know about MS Project 2013

Did you know there are several things about Microsoft Project 2013, you may not know.  In the words of Farmers Insurance, “What you don’t know, can hurt you.” Let’s start with the Gantt chart display. When you update the project calendar (i.e., standard, overnight, etc.), the ‘non working time’ does not display on the Gantt chart.  Read more about Something You Didn’t Know about MS Project 2013[…]

Instructions for creating a Master Project in Microsoft Project 2013

Microsoft Project allows you to link projects in a Master Project/Subproject Relationship. Here is a rundown on the steps. Open the project that will be the Master Project in Project Professional (you must be connected to the server). In the Ribbon, on the Project Tab Select Subproject In the Insert Project dialog box you will Read more about Instructions for creating a Master Project in Microsoft Project 2013[…]

Things You Didn’t Know about Microsoft Project 2013

Did you know there are several things about Microsoft Project 2013, you may not know.  In the words of Farmers Insurance, “What you don’t know, can hurt you.” 1.  When you add a ‘deadline date’ to a task, that task automatically becomes part of the critical path 2.  When you update the project calendar (i.e., Read more about Things You Didn’t Know about Microsoft Project 2013[…]

Microsoft Project Quick Trick: Quickly Impose Multiple Deadlines Throughout a Project Schedule

Using the deadline feature in Microsoft Project is a great way to impose a deadline on a task, milestone, or summary in your project schedule and see whether your dynamic schedule is causing you to meet or miss that deadline… without using ‘Finish No Later Than’ or ‘Must Finish On’ scheduling constraints.   Not only Read more about Microsoft Project Quick Trick: Quickly Impose Multiple Deadlines Throughout a Project Schedule[…]

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[…]