The pharmaceutical industry makes up the one of the largest segments of our OnePager users, and by no coincidence. The visuals that OnePager can create are absolutely ideal for communicating an initiative that has a sequential flow and at any level, however, it is the program and portfolio-level visuals that appear to provide the most obvious value in pharma initially, leading to an eventual and organic shift to a more broad utilization for all plan-related communications. Continue reading →
We are excited to announce we have released the latest versions of OnePager Pro and OnePager Express. The two biggest changes in the new versions are…
- Multi-page functionality – Now you can use OnePager to make a project timeline with more than one printed page. We know, we know, a 3-page project timeline is not really a one-pager, but many of you told us you would rather make a multi-page document that’s readable than a one-page document that’s an eye test. So now, when you import more tasks from Project or Excel than fit on your printed page, OnePager will automatically add a second page (or a third, or a tenth…) and give you options to customize what appears on pages 2 through infinity in terms of headers/timestamps/etc.
- Where’s My Stuff?! – We’ve added a feature that allows you to see what happened to task bars that do not appear in your current project view. And, just as importantly, we provide you with a one-click solution to restore deleted tasks to the project view if you so choose.
You can learn much more about the latest features of OnePager by watching this video.
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