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The ‘Organizer’ within Microsoft Project (Standard and Professional) allows one to quickly copy various Microsoft Project objects (fields, groups, filters, calendars, tables, modules, reports, and views) from one MS Project file or Enterprise Project schedule to another. In a Microsoft Project Server or Project Online environment,...

Project Teams sites have become embedded as a best practice for many organizations. For those who already leverage SharePoint, it is a natural next step to utilize the continuity it enables to your current tasks and collaboration. Team sites bridge communication gaps to ensure all...

The summer vacation season is upon us! With Project Online, a common question is how should organizations without the use of the Project Online timesheet functionality, enter resource vacation schedules to impact capacity planning and project scheduling? The steps detailed below will provide a workaround...

Success begins from the start with managing resources. Effectively managing resources allows you to save money through resource optimization and reduced bench time. With such considerable benefits, it's no wonder organizations are increasingly focused on enterprise resource management to ensure effective and efficient resource utilization. Project...

If a project schedule was created and saved outside of the Microsoft Project Online environment, use the Import Project Wizard to properly import that project file to MS Project Online by following the steps below. Launch Microsoft Project Professional. Choose the appropriate profile to connect to...

When commencing a deployment of Project Online, our customers often ask “should we deploy a single instance, or multiple instances” of the solution. Here are some considerations when making this important decision. First off, what is an ‘instance’ of Project Online? Think of an instance as...