In this post, I will show you answer to one of my blog readers. He asked me is it possible to put Overtime Work at specific day in MS PROJECT 2016?
Let’ say that we have a simple Project, with only one task and duration of this Task is 5 days.
And let’s say that our Resource is John, who will work on that Task:
In Task Usage View, we can see, that John is going to work 8 hours per day from Monday to Friday:
Now, let’s say that John is supposed to work 4 hour overtime, but only at Monday and Friday. First I will customize right side of the Task Usage View:
Now I see the Overtime Work:
If I try to put 4 hours in that field at Monday, Friday, or any other day, I will not be able to do it, because it is not possible. I can’t show you that on the Screen but believe me, that it is not possible
So, if you want to put Overtime work you can do it only at the whole Task, and MS Project with spread this Overtime Work for the whole length of the Task, for every day.