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Use Deadline Dates to Track your Project Commitments

Use Deadline Dates to Track your Project CommitmentsWe often make commitments or promises to our stakeholders on when certain task will be complete. You may think about hard coding a date on your task but that creates an "Constraint" task which is like dropping an anchor in the middle [...]

By |2019-07-22T17:54:20-04:00July 18th, 2019|Project Management, Project Professional|0 Comments

Microsoft Project Tips And Tricks – Entering Your Tasks

Microsoft Project Tips and Tricks – Step 2 Entering Your TasksContinuing with our Microsoft Project Tips and Tricks, this week we’ll focus on Step 2: Entering Your Tasks. Step 1 was to Define the Project which basically means setting the important options and making sure you have your calendars [...]

Need to Keep Track of your Project Budget? Use Budget Resources

Need to Keep Track of your Project Budget? Use Budget ResourcesIn Microsoft Project, you can track your project costs to a budget using a type of resource called budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned at the top level of the project schedule at the 0 level or summary [...]

By |2019-07-12T15:08:34-04:00July 4th, 2019|Project Professional|0 Comments

Microsoft Project Scheduling Tips and Tricks

Microsoft Project Scheduling Tips and TricksWould you like to spend LESS time in Microsoft Project / Microsoft Project Online while maximizing the benefit you get from it? Are you enthusiastically nodding your head up and down right now? Although Microsoft Project is a fantastic tool, I don’t think any [...]

Triggering Microsoft Flow from a SharePoint Designer Workflow

Triggering Microsoft Flow from a SharePoint Designer Workflow If you’re looking to automate something from a Site Workflow, you might find that an out-of-the-box Action doesn’t exist to accomplish exactly what you need. But with new tools like Microsoft Flow, you can get those items accomplished quickly [...]

By |2018-12-12T18:34:58-04:00November 27th, 2018|Microsoft Project, SharePoint, Uncategorized|0 Comments