Project

Creating burndown charts for Project using Power Pivot and Power Query

When you are managing a project and tracking the work done versus the work planned or the remaining time left, it is common to use a burndown chart. In this article, we show you how to create a report of all tasks for the last 90 days, using Excel 2013 and oData streams. This example will also introduce you to some key Power Query and Power Pivot functions.

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Webinar: Introducing OneNote for Mac

Wish fulfilled: OneNote is now available for Mac. If you’re a newbie, we’ll show you why OneNote rocks as we take it for a spin. If you have notebooks on your PC, we’ll show you how to use them on your Mac. Need a sneak peek? Here’s a 30-second trailer. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar Take a look OneNote on a Mac What is OneNote: a quick introduction Using notebooks from your…

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Announcing Office 365 Personal: A new way to access Office 365!

At last week’s SharePoint Conference, we discussed Office 365 for business investments and got some outstanding feedback from customers. Now it’s time for a few updates for our consumer customers using Office 365 – 3.5 million subscribers and counting. Today I want to announce Office 365 Personal. Coming this Spring, Office 365 Personal is a new, great option for people interested in using Office 365.  It’s designed for an individual, allows…

Project

Try Power BI for Office 365 for a better reporting experience

With the new availability of Power BI for Office 365, Project users now have the ability to schedule workbook refreshes. For example, set it to update the data early in the day, so that your team can see fresh data instantly. Among the other project management features introduced by Power BI, you will also find the ability to add your workbook to the self-service Q&A to allow querying your data…