Category Archives: PMI

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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Time off for specific Resources in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, I’m going to show you how to setup, for example, Vacation for specific Resource, using Microsoft Project for the Web. Let’s say that Ellen will take day off at 01/01/2021, but everyone else will work at that Day. To … Continue reading

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How to create an useful To-Do list for Project Manager using Microsoft Lists?

As a Project Manager, I have a long list of Tasks. I can use Microsoft To-Do, Planner, or something else. I decided to create my own, and for that purpose I use Microsoft Lists. Let us say that I need … Continue reading

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Go to date function and dates in Timeline–Project for the Web!

Hello, today I will show you the Go to date function and dates in Timeline using Project for the Web. First, I will create a simple project: I will switch to Timeline view: Now, let’s say that I want to … Continue reading

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How to export Project for the Web to Excel

Hi, the new feature for Microsoft Project for the Web is Export to Excel. Let me show you how is this possible. First I will create a simple Project: Tasks are in separate Buckets: Now, I will export this Project … 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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How to create Project from PowerApps

Hi, today I will show you how to create Project form PowerApps. First I will login into Office365: and then: and finally: this is what I have: Now I will create a brand new Project: When I choose Tasks Tab … Continue reading

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How to manage Projects using Microsoft Lists?

One of the latest products from Microsoft is Lists. It is, I will say, an upgrade of the old, boring SharePoint Lists, but with a better look and a new found ease to use built in. Microsoft Lists is part … 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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