Category Archives: PMI

% complete and Driving Tasks is Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, in one of my previous post I have explained Driving Tasks in Microsoft Project for the Web. Now I will show you how this effect Task which has % complete greater than zero. First, I will crate new Project: … Continue reading

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How to create Calendar from Resource using Microsoft Project for the Web?

Hi, today I will show you how to create brand new Calendar using Resource work hours in Microsoft Project for the Web! First I will open Dynamics 365: and I will choose – Project: Now, Let’s say that Tim will … 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 progress with % completeness in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, today I will show you how can you put, and see Task progress using % Completeness in Microsoft Project for the Web! As always I will first create a simple Project: as you can see I have Tasks, Resources, … Continue reading

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How to get Project for the Web information in Microsoft Dynamics 365

Hi, today I will show you how can you get information about your Projects for the Web in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I will create two Projects: As you can see, Project is going to Start at 5/4/2020 and to Finish … Continue reading

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“Guest” resources in Project for the Web

Hi, today I will show you how to use “guest” resources in Project for the web. First of all, who are guests?. In my Project I can assign resources which are part of my AAD (Azure Active Directory), e.g. users … Continue reading

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When to use Fixed constraint and Resource Calendars in MS PROJECT 2019

Hi, as you know there are three types of constraint in MS PROJECT 2019: Flexible, Semi flexible, and Hard. I wrote about those constraint long time ago (https://ntrajkovski.com/2011/04/12/constraints-and-deadline-in-ms-project/) Today I will show you to use it in real life. Let … Continue reading

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Columns in Grid View–Project for the Web

Hi, today I will explain all fields available for Columns in Grid View in Project for the Web. First of all I will crate a simple Project with some Resource assigned to Tasks: I’ve created the Schedule as well, using … Continue reading

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How to use Boards group by Progress in Project for Web

Hi, In my previous Posts I’ve created a simple Project for Web: This is View in Grid. Now let’s see Board Tab: All tasks are here! In the upper right corner I can choose between three type of Boards: So … Continue reading

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