Although there are 152 different milestone shapes available in the latest version of OnePager at the time of this post, you may actually not find exactly what you need in the list. The breadth of industries and projects on which our application is used will probably always drive a need for more shapes!
We’re always very excited to release a new version of OnePager because it means providing more goodness for both our existing and new users!
OnePager 5.2 contains several improvements:
- Ability to save and share both Project View (.tam) and Template (.tat) files with more ease and flexibility
- Expanded milestone shape palette
- Ability to request a custom milestone
- More intuitive interface between MS Project/Excel and the OnePager Editor
- Streamlined User Guide
Project managers the world over are making their project reports difficult to understand, often without knowing it. The problem is information overload, but this time, we’re not talking about including too many tasks or milestones in a project report.
This article covers a different type of information overload: too many dimensions. In other words, even though project managers have gotten better at showing an appropriate amount of detail overall, they are still trying to slice and dice their project plans too many ways at once.