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Working with Teams in Project Online/Project Server 2013

Introducing Teams The Team feature was introduced way back in Project Server 2007, and has persisted through to Project Online.  The feature consists of the following parts. A Resource Enterprise Custom Field (ECF), called Team Name.  This is hard coded in Project Online. A lookup table that is associated with the Team Name ECF.  This…

Out-of-the-Box Approach to Simulate Resource Allocation

As a Resource Manager sooner or later you will face the need to simulate scenarios to anticipate resource assignments. Microsoft Project offers you a possibility to do that based on standard functionality. I guess this option is not very common, so I would like to share it with you. While for task management you could…

Three Reporting Questions

Recently, Jacques Goupil of MS Project Now! hosted the first of three MPUG WebNLearn sessions on the topic of Project reporting. The following are three questions that surfaced during the event. Members can log in and watch the recorded on-demand session. Can you wrap text in Project 2007? Answer: Microsoft Project 2007 will only wrap…

Microsoft Project 2010 Feature Rally: Project Timeline

There’s one feature in Project 2010 that I can’t stop getting excited about — THE PROJECT TIMELINE! This is something I’ve been shouting about since the very early beta and I am so glad to see it has made it to the final version of the products. The ability to gain a high level visibility…

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