Category Archives: PMI

Goodbye and Hello

Hi, After 10 years of blogging, here is my first vlog! From now on, you can expect only videos about Microsoft Project! The channel is: Managing Projects with Microsoft tools: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEXjYVWzddohtykIqRvPIgQ My first video is here: Introduction to Microsoft Project … Continue reading

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How to know which Tasks are on Critical path in Microsoft Project for the Web?

Hi, as we know, when we use Microsoft Project Desktop, or Project online, we have various ways to see Tasks on Critical path. In Microsoft Project for the Web, for now, there is not such option available. BUT! If you … Continue reading

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Choice type custom field in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hello, today I will show you new Custom field type which is available in Microsoft Project for the Web – Choice. First, as I Always do I will create a new Project: Now, let’s say that I want for each … Continue reading

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Project progress using Project Accelerator and Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, today I will show you how can you see Project Progress using Project Accelerator. First of all, I will create a brand new Project using Microsoft Project for the Web: Now I will make Task 1 100% completed, for … Continue reading

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Programs in Project Accelerator and Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today I will show you how to create Program for Projects using Project Accelerator and Project for the Web! But First of all what is Program anyway? According to PMI Project is temporary endeavor undertaken for creating unique Product, … Continue reading

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Project Request with Project Accelerator and Microsoft Project for the Web

Hello, as we all know, in real life we have always many Project Requests, but not all of them are approved (e.g. we are not going to execute each and every of them). The very first step in Project Management … Continue reading

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Can we change a Group in Microsoft Project for the Web?

Hi, today I will show you how to handle the situation in which you assign wrong Group to the Project, using Microsoft Project for the Web! First, I will create a simple Project: As you know, resources can be assigned … Continue reading

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Export Timeline to PDF in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hello, as you know, Microsoft Project for the Web can be exported to Microsoft Excel (see my Blog Post: (How to export Project for the Web to Excel | Nenad Trajkovski (ntrajkovski.com). Here is the new option: Export timeline to … Continue reading

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Quick look column in Microsoft Project for the Web!

Hello, today I will show you one new Column which is part of Microsoft Project for the Web: Quick look. As always, I will create new Project and I will get: As you can see, this new Column is placed … Continue reading

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Start and Finish time for Task in different Project Calendar using Microsoft Project for the Web!

Hi, today I will explain something that can seems as a bug, but it is not in Microsoft Project for the Web! It is a bit tricky, and I got an explanation directly from Microsoft. Let me show you! Firs … Continue reading

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