OnePager Pro 5.0 takes this concept even farther with a new conditional formatting engine. With this new rules engine, users can define the following properties of their milestone chart based on a set of values from Microsoft Project:
These new rules are managed in a simple wizard, which makes it easy to see which columns from Microsoft Project are driving the look and feel of your chart:
When your Microsoft Project schedule changes, all you need to do is refresh your OnePager Pro chart. Your chart will be updated, and the format of the tasks and milestones will be automatically refreshed based on your rules. So if a task changes from low risk to high risk, OnePager Pro will automatically change it from green to red. Each time you create a new snapshot of your project, the rules will be reapplied to the data at that point in time, giving you a time-specific picture of your project that is dynamically formatted.
Once you have created a set of rules, you can incorporate them into a template and share it with anyone else in your organization. This gives you the opportunity to set up rules once, and standardize the look and feel of your project reports in just a few clicks.
The new conditional formatting engine is available now in OnePager Pro 5.0 beta, and will soon be available to all OnePager Pro users with an active maintenance and support subscription.