Announcing the availability of Office 365 Project Time Reporter

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The Office 365 Project Time Reporter iOS app announced last fall is now available in the Apple Store. This app enables team members to submit timesheets and report progress on tasks tracked in Project Online.

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With the Office 365 Project Time Reporter on your iPhone, you can add new assignments or non-project work to your timesheet or create new personal tasks in the Timesheet view. Timesheets can be saved, allowing you to return later and send in for approval. You can also keep track of your current or overdue tasks in the Tasks view, filter and sort tasks to find the right ones, and submit status updates.

Want to learn more? Read “Getting started with Office 365 Project Time Reporter” for more information.

Android and Windows Phone versions of the app will also be coming to the Google Play Store and Windows Store soon.

Ready to install the Office 365 Project Time Reporter iOS app? Download it from the Apple Store to get started!


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  1. We’ve been looking forward to this app for a while now in our organization. Unfortuantely we can’t use it just yet because it doesn’t appear to recognize our organizational accounts with authentication through ADFS. Is this a feature that might be implemented soon?

  2. Great release and much anticipated:-) I already tried it out and it works like a charm. Thanks!

  3. Great! When is the Android version going to be released?

  4. We need Android app, the workers have android not iOS, please realese it ASAP!!

  5. So we can make this work with our ADFS, however it does not appear to support multi-factor authentication (MFA). All other Office 365 apps support MFA so I am not sure why this one wouldn’t. Yes, I know we can create an exception to have it bypass MFA, but that just creates a security hole for the rest of O365. Any plans to start supporting MFA with this app, Microsoft?

  6. Nice work. I was wondering how this fits into the lifecycle of Office products? As with all the new developments with Office 365. I was wondering if its safe to look as these developments as long term solutions as per the typical office lifecycle or are they a subset of these without the same level of support?

  7. FYI. I looked up “Office 365 Project Time Reporter” on the product lifecycle database and came up with nothing. Should I assume it has a 12 month notification if it is deprecated in the future?

  8. As a Lumia 950 user I would of course like to see this come to Windows Phone too. Don’t forget your own eco-system; if you don’t support it you will never convince anyone else to.

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