Add-in companies can now test their products with Microsoft Project 2016 — or at least the preview version. Chronicle Graphics, which develops timeline presentation software, recently announced that OnePager Pro works with the upcoming version of the project management application as well as the latest version of Project Online.
OnePager expands on Project’s basic timeline presentation features. While the out-of-the box functionality allows the project manager to modify colors and fonts of timelines, rename tasks and reposition tasks on the page, OnePager allows the user to customize the view for extensively. He or she can display as many tasks as desired; create conditional formatting rules; generate a project legent, group and sort tasks; change task labels without modifying the original Project file; and other modifications.
“We’ve had a long and healthy relationship with Microsoft Project, as add-in developers and as a Microsoft Certified Partner,” said Nathan Black, the company’s VP of Solutions in a prepared statement. “We’re excited about Project 2016 and look forward to strengthening this relationship as the new Microsoft Project goes to market.”
The company has found traction for its technology in multiple industries, including aerospace, professional services, finance and insurance and government, among others.