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Project Online and Calendars

BY: Collin Quiring There is a Calendar bug right now with Project Online.  We have multiple tenants with this problem and Bing and Google searches have shown us that others are having this issue as well.  The frustrating part for us is that it isn’t... (more...)

Report not Displaying All the Available Data

BY: Collin Quiring   Just a quick note and reminder about getting the reports to display everything you think that they should be displaying.  The problem we encountered was when we were trying to see a report in Project Professional 2013 that we... (more...)

Microsoft Project–The Hammock Task

BY: Collin Quiring Sometimes you have a task that has a Start Date based on one task and Finish Date based on a different task.  There are probably some manual gymnastics that you can do to make this happen but Project gives us a methodology to this... (more...)

Project Online and SharePoint Sites

BY: Collin Quiring We recently had a client who uses Project Online request the ability to NOT create SharePoint sites that are connected to the Project schedules directly.  They prefer to use their own SharePoint site.  First, it is important to note... (more...)

Over Allocation on a Resource that is NOT Over allocated!

BY: Collin Quiring This post is about a Resource over allocation we discovered in Microsoft Project Professional 2010.  To make it simple, this is not connected to Server, not an online instance, just a desktop version of Project Pro 2010.  Specifically,... (more...)

Task Updates–% or Work?

By: Collin Quiring For those using or setting up PWA task updates the question often comes up as to whether or not the Team Members should be updating by percentage or by entering work. There are a couple of questions that come up in relation to this... (more...)

Web Application, Site Collection and Project Sites- Some Terminology

BY: Collin Quiring When installing Project Server 2013 in house and installing all the required components (like SQL Server 2012 and SharePoint Server 2013), a Web Application and a Top Level Site and Site Collection have to be created along with the... (more...)

Issues are like Herding Cats

BY: Tim Gryder Practical use of Microsoft Project Server or Project Online 2013 for Issues Management and Collaboration The Problem If you’re a project manager running any project of scope, duration and complexity then you know that much of project... (more...)

Project 2013 – Versions

By: Collin Quiring With the advent of Project 2013 there are a few different versions available and this little post is an attempt to help clarify those differences.  Also, to help clarify things, only 2013 Project works with 2013 (it does not allow... (more...)

Project Professional 2013 and Project Server 2013 Versions and Updates

By: Collin Quiring There is already a blog post that we periodically update with the information for Project Professional 2010 and Project Server 2010 – that can be found here. But, we decided to start a new entry for the 2013 information.  This... (more...)

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