If OnePager is Catching On at Your Company, You’re Not Alone

Something exciting is happening at OnePager: We are seeing tremendous growth in our user base. And, of course, we have you to thank for it.

From September 2016 to September 2017, we grew our user base by 20%. Then, from September 2017 to today, we grew by another 22%. That’s a total growth of 47% over the last two years!

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New Video: Mapping ANY Fields from Project or Excel Into OnePager

In earlier versions of OnePager, we gave you the option to select the fields that you wanted to import when you were first building your report, but didn’t offer the flexibility to change your mind and add new fields later on.

That changed last year with version 6.0.  Take a look at this video to see how to map ANY field from Project or Excel into an existing OnePager Project View:

Help! OnePager isn’t working! – Guidelines for Support Iterations

From the outset, let me state that very early on in the life of our company, we purposefully decided that customer experience would not only a priority, but a tenet of our business.

A part of this was as goal to provide best-in-class support.

We pride ourselves on our accessibility and turnaround time when our customers need help, and for the most part, we hear that our philosophy is working.

Credit: http://davidbressler.com/2017/07/19/are-you-the-one-in-your-family-who/computer-frustration/

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New Video – OnePager Express Starter Tips: Proper Excel Structure

Over the next couple months we’ll be creating some videos that outline specific tips to ensure our OnePager Express users understand the fundamentals, and what to avoid, when it comes to using Excel to create and update visuals successfully in OnePager.

Here is the first, which discusses how to structure the Excel data to work properly with OnePager Express.

Displaying Risk in OnePager – Heatmaps

It’s not very often that you might need to look at your entire plan to pick out some sort of pattern. Analyzing our project data is usually not as simple as that.

However, when you’re looking to evaluate the timing of your risk and exposure to outside forces, it becomes important to step back and view the entire project.

In Stephen Few’s book Now You See It: Simple Visualization Techniques for Quantitative Analysis, the chapter on Time-Series Analysis and Heatmaps is very relevant to this specific data visualization in OnePager.

Heatmaps, according to Few, are “any display that uses color to encode quantitative values.” Below is an example of a traditional heatmap.

Election Results

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OnePager Version 6.1 Beta is Out – Sneak Peek!

We’re very excited to announce that we’ve released OnePager v6.1 in Beta to our select beta users, and testing is underway.

photo courtesy: https://www.business2community.com/

Our GA (Generally Available) release date is TBD, but we’ll be working diligently until that point, to find and resolve any issues that pop up during the beta, as delivering quality software to our current and future users is of the utmost important to us.

Sign up on our release page to be informed via email when OnePager 6.1 is formally released!

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming in 6.1:

  1. Data-Driven Task Links (Dependencies)
  2. Upgrades to Task Link Formatting
  3. Non-Linear Time Axis (Stretch and Hide)
  4. Floating Time Axis
  5. Hide or Shade Weekends, Weekdays, and Non-Working Hours
  6. Custom Date Formats
  7. New Shapes and Color Palettes
  8. Auto-Save

Videos of these features will be posted at a later date.