Category Archives: Microsoft Project for the Web

How to copy Tasks or Project in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today I will show you how can we copy part of Project or the whole Project in Microsoft Project for the Web. First I will create a brand new Project: As you can see, I have schedule, and resources, … Continue reading

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How to navigate through linked Tasks in Microsoft Project for the Web?

Hi, today I will show you how to easily jump between Tasks in Microsoft Project for the Web! First, I will create new Project: or in Timeline View: Now, I will choose Fifth Task, and I will open Detail Page … Continue reading

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How to add additional comments to Tasks in Microsoft Project for the Web?

Hi, today I will show you how add a comment to a Task in Microsoft Project for the Web. I will use example from my last Post: Now I will choose Foundation, and I will open Detail screen: and I … Continue reading

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Equipment as resource in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, in Microsoft Project for the Web we can have human Resources (e.g. people). But what about other Resources. Let’s say that we need Concrete Mixer, when we are building foundations. I will now create a Simple Project: I will … Continue reading

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Task Start and Finish time in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today I will show you in a short Post how to see at what Time should Task start and when it should ended. To do that I will create a very simple Project: or (Timeline View): Start and Finish … Continue reading

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How to find right Project in Microsoft Project for the Web?

Hi, today I will show you how to find right Project, if you have many of them, using Microsoft Project for the Web! When I log myself to the Project for the Web I will get next Screen: In a … Continue reading

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How to use Office 365 Groups with Microsoft Project for the Web

Hello, Today I will show you how to use Groups with Microsoft Project for the Web. First I will create brand new Simple Project: The Group is needed when I am going to assign First Resource to my Task. Let’s … Continue reading

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Task Filters in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hello, today I will show you how can you filter Tasks in the Microsoft Project for the Web, and on what can you apply filter. As always, I will first create new Project: If I look at the Timeline View, … Continue reading

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Color indicators for Finish date in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today I will show you color indicators for Finish date in Microsoft Project for the Web! First I will create simple Project with five Tasks: Current date is 05/10/2020, as you can see in Timeline View: In a Grid … Continue reading

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Driving Tasks in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today, I will show you how can you see driving Tasks in Microsoft Project for the Web. First I will crate new Project: As you can see, Task 3 has two Predecessors: Task 1, and Task 2. If I … Continue reading

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