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The Project Admin Blog
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We're proud to announce the availability of Microsoft Project as a flexible cloud service, delivered by Office 365. For the first time, customers can sign up for flexible plans, get started quickly and use the full capabilities of project and portfolio management without adding IT complexity. Read on to learn about the 3 Project cloud services: Project Online, Project Pro for Office 365, and Project Online with Project Pro for Office 365.
For Project 2013, we've added some new online templates to help you get started, as well as we've updated the template process. Please read on to learn more about the popular new templates.
We’re officially in the holiday season, and you’ve been nominated to cook the big dinner. Whether you’re a little nervous as a first-time host or you’re a veteran who wants to be more organized, Project can help you with event planning to make all of your holidays less stressful and a lot more fun.
I recently used Project to successfully host Thanksgiving dinner, but you can apply the same techniques to any large meal. For everybody who isn’t familiar with Thanksgiving, here's more information, but all you really need to know is that for a lot of Americans, the day revolves around a huge meal featuring a turkey.
Since this was my first time hosting the holiday meal at my house, my primary goal was to make sure the turkey didn’t dry out before it finished cooking. I also wanted to make sure all my side dishes were ready at the same time as the turkey.
Hi! I’m Mike McLean, Program Manager with the Microsoft Project team. Today we’ll discuss some of the changes to server reporting in the next version of Project Web App (PWA), including an introduction to the new OData service.
Historically, users access data in PWA by going directly against the database or via cubes available on-premises. With the launch of Project Online this release, we also have users storing data in Office 365. To provide access to this data, we’ve built an OData service that can be used to retrieve data stored in your instance of PWA. This OData service is available for both online and on-premises deployments. Excel 2013 now has native support for OData feeds and can authenticate to Office 365 to retrieve data from Project Online. More information on OData can be found at http://www.odata.org/.
Hi, my name is Matt, I’m a PM on the Project team and I’m here to talk with you a bit about the improvements that we’ve made to the timesheet experience in the new version of Project Web App. Over the course of the next couple posts I’ll talk about improvements targeted at both end-users, backend administrators, and developers that streamline the timesheet process and provide increased functionality to make you more effective.
In my first post I’d like to chat about the improvements that we’ve made for end-users, the people who actually have to fill out their time card every week or so. Here on the product team we realize that one of the most tedious, and yet common, tasks that many users have to complete using Project Web App (PWA) is filling out their time card. To help ease the pain and make it faster for you to get back to your actual work we’ve made several improvements to the experience in PWA 2013.