Category Archives: Microsoft Project for the Web

How to create Project for the Web in Teams

Hi, today I will show you how can a Project for the Web be created for Team. First of all I will open my Team in Microsoft Teams: ¸ and then I will look for the Project: Next step is: … Continue reading

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Duration vs. effort in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, today I will show you connection between Duration and Effort (known as work). I will create simple Project As you can see, I have two Tasks. Task 1 has no resource assigned, Task 2 has John as resource! Now, … Continue reading

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Task Types in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today I will show you what kind of Task Types are available in Microsoft Project for the Web. As we know, in Project desktop version Fixed Units, Fixed Duration, and Fixed Work, are available. In Microsoft Project for the … Continue reading

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% Complete for Project as a whole and Summary Task in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, today I will show you how % Complete is calculate on Summary Task level, and on Project Level as well, using Microsoft Project for the Web! First, I will create one simple Project: Firs three Tasks are connected, and … Continue reading

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Dependencies on Timeline View with Microsoft Project for the Web!

Hi, today I will show you how beautiful is Timeline View in Microsoft Project for the Web. We all know how difficult is to manage Projects with many Tasks. It is hard to see for a Task all Predecessors, and … Continue reading

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How to set different Work days during time period with Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today I will show you how to set different Work days during time period with Microsoft Project for the Web! Here is Scenario. Until 10/01/2020 (October the 1st), work days are going to be from Monday to Friday. From … Continue reading

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How to connect Microsoft Project for the Web with Teams?

Hi, Today I will show you how to connect Microsoft Project for the Web with teams. I already have a Team which is created from existing Group: Project for the Web Group. I will click on the + sign and: … Continue reading

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Duration, Start, and Finish relationship with Tasks in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today I will show you relationship between Task Duration, Start and Finish date in Microsoft Project for the Web. First I will create a simple Project with one Task: A you can see, Duration Start, and Finish date are … Continue reading

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Multiple Projects with the same name in Microsoft Project for the Web!

Hi! When I use Microsoft Project desktop Application, or PWA I can have multiple Projects with the same name, but in different location (Folders, sites, etc.). But, what about Microsoft Project for the Web? Let me create two Projects with … Continue reading

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Group name and Project name in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, as you know, in Microsoft Project for the Web, before you can assign Resource to any Task, you must either create a new Group or use existing one. Let’s say that I want to create new one.: As you … Continue reading

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