Whether you are a brand-new OnePager user or someone who’s been with us for a while, you’ve probably seen the concept of Unique ID come up from time to time. If you haven’t stopped to learn about what a Unique ID is and why it is so important, this article is a great place to start.Continue reading
If you are in San Diego at the DIA Global Annual Meeting this week, please stop by and visit OnePager at booth #1052.
We love meeting our existing users face-to-face, and learning about how you are using OnePager to help manager your clinical operations.
We’re excited to announce that the US Patent and Trademark Office has recently issued OnePager a second patent on its conditional formatting technology.
If you’ve used OnePager for a while, but haven’t taken advantage of conditional formatting yet, now is a great time to explore it and see how it can help make your project timelines and Gantt charts more accurate while saving you the trouble of doing manual point-and-click edits.
Conditional formatting makes use of the data that you already have in your project schedule to automatically assign colors, shapes, borders, and more to the shapes in your project report. Here are a few examples of how our users leverage conditional formatting to make use of their project data instead of formatting their timelines by hand:Continue reading
We’re excited to have a booth at this year’s Drug Information Association (DIA) 2019 Global Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA next month.
We very much look forward to visiting with many of our current pharmaceutical OnePager users during the breaks! We’re very close to one of the concession areas, as noted below.
If you happen to notice us, please come by Booth #1052 and say hello!
Did you know that you can “maverick” tasks or milestone shapes in OnePager?
This is the term we use when one or many shapes in the body of the chart have had any of their properties manually modified.
If you happen to modify one or many shapes using the capabilities in the Home tab on the Ribbon (Font, Format, Alignment, Position), or right-clicked on a shape and chosen Format to reveal the Change Task/Milestone Properties to make a change there… you have “mavericked” your shapes.Continue reading
If you live or work in Colorado, we invite you to join us next week at the 2019 Rocky Mountain Project Management Symposium, presented by the PMI Mile Hi Chapter. OnePager is a gold sponsor of the event, next Friday, April 19th at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver.
OnePager will be located in Booth #2, so please stop by and introduce yourself!
Theoretically, we here at OnePager are experts on … OnePager. But, having been in the business of helping project managers present clear and eye-catching Gantt charts for many years, we have picked up a lot of tips and tricks along the way about the project and portfolio management (PPM) software that feeds data into OnePager.Continue reading
We’ve had several articles in recent months covering the changes in 6.1, but there are also several videos. The 3rd in the series is something we haven’t yet shared here, and covers many of the other upgrades delivered beyond the new time axis and task link features. Enjoy!
We follow the Storytelling With Data blog by Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic (and you should too).
Her most recent post, many paths to learning data viz, is a goldmine of information. The podcast includes a lengthy list of books and other resources that we have linked below.
We’ve blogged a bunch about data visualization as it relates to planning and Gantt charts, but our thirst for insight on this topic is insatiable.Continue reading
There is a little-known feature in OnePager that allows you to turn several tasks into a single task…this is called the Virtual Summary Task, or “VST.”
To create a VST, simply select as many tasks as you would like to combine using your CTRL key or using a mouse-lasso. Then right click on one of the items and choose “Make into virtual summary task.”Continue reading