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MS Project Experts
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Project Web App (PWA) makes it easier than ever to start getting value quickly. Your Project Web App home page comes complete with a succinct, interactive, visual-based guide to help configurers and end-users hit the ground running. Those configuring can immediately learn how to get create or import projects, setup enterprise reports, share with colleagues, install apps, and more. End-users can easily access projects and reports while getting important notifications about task-related updates.
The Project Web App home page can also be customized to meet your organization’s individual needs. Add or subtract some of the “Track your work” tiles. Provide welcome text and valuable links to resources. Create your own carousel (Promoted Links app) with content specific to your operation. Making the home page “yours” is easier than ever.
Based on the new SharePoint “Promoted Links” app, the “Get Started with Project Web App” carousel focuses Project Web App adopters on the most basic configuration tasks. Each tile helps you to understand the high-level capabilities of the system and immediately start using the most salient features.
Who can see this carousel? This carousel will only be shown to members of the “Administrators for Project Web App” SharePoint group. Non-administrators only see the “Track your work” carousel on the home page.
The first tile allows you to do one of three things:
· Start a new project. By default, new projects will be based on the SharePoint Tasks List model where projects are managed exclusively in the SharePoint UI. This allows PMs familiar with SharePoint to manage projects using lightweight, SharePoint features. “Enterprise projects” can also be created via the Project Center. “Enterprise projects” offer more advanced functionality such as web-based scheduling, workflows, and more.
· Add existing SharePoint sites to Project Web App. If you added Project Web App to an existing SharePoint site collection, now you simply connect PWA to existing SharePoint sites/tasks lists. This allows you to immediately get project status and health information across all projects in your site collection. PMs continue to work on the projects without interruption, PMOs get portfolio-wide insight and visibility using the Project Center or enterprise reporting.
· Learn about more ways to create or import projects. If you have MPP files that you want to add, for example, learn how to do that here.
Look forward to subsequent blog entries that will drill-down further into the above topics.
Once you’ve added projects to Project Web App, you can immediately start analyzing the data using our new enterprise reporting capabilities. Reports in Project Web App no longer require you to write SQL or code! You just need to point, click, drag, and drop your way to building beautiful reports to help you understand project and portfolio health and facilitate proactive, strategic decision-making.
Project Web App has a new SharePoint-integrated security model that makes it easy to give your colleagues the right level of access. Simply click on the “Share your site” tile, type in the names of users who should get access, pick the appropriate permission level, and you’re done!
Learning about advanced features such as workflow, time-tracking, etc. is now just a click away.
You can also easily brand your site with a custom logo/title, and install powerful apps from our new app marketplace instantly. More on the app marketplace and our extensibility model soon.
Need to know if your team members have submitted time for your approval? What about issues, risks, etc? The new “Track your work” carousel will keep your PWA home page fresh by notifying you items that need your attention. You can customize this carousel by adding or taking away any of the 7 tiles.
Don’t like the choices? Make your own “Promoted Links” carousel easily by adding the associated SharePoint app.
The left navigation, or “quick launch” can now be customized to meet your organization’s needs in only a couple clicks. By default we’ve trimmed it down the basics for new customers, but simply click Edit Links, select the options you want to show, then save it. Done! Access advanced features here such Portfolio Strategy and Timesheets.
The new “Getting Started” experience for Project Web App was designed to help new customers hit the ground running with our new powerful, easy-to-use feature set. To access the most basic features, you no longer need to pull out the user manual, just point, click, and go!
But if you do want more information, check out these articles:
· Get started with Project Web App
· What’s new in Project Web App for Microsoft Project Server 2013?
· Set up Project Web App for Project Online
· Get started with Project Online
Let us know what you think.
Heather, great job!
I can hardly wait to try the new reporting features. The built-in dashboard looks to be a lifesaver.
I'm curious to see how the site-specific solution differs from the cloud solution, as most of the info on the blog is regarding the cloud solution. Any ideas on where I should look?
Following recent webcasts, sessions and articles during the past month about The new Microsoft Project
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Am I correct that all project sites need to be created under the PWA site collection? Is there a way to add project sites from another site collection? This could be some kind of a scalability issue when everything resides under this one site collection.
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For Office 365, you can't change the site collection that project sites are provisioned into (which is the PWA site collection). If you install SharePoint and Project Server yourself, you can change that through Central Admin.
Alternatively, if you create the project site first (in any site collection), you can then connect it through the Connected SharePoint Sites page.
Looks great! can you link reports from MS Project back into Project Web apps?