We find that many project managers aren’t making the most of Microsoft Project, only using the most basic fields: tracking dates and progress for tasks, but not much else. Microsoft Project is a powerful application, and while the majority of users may never use the majority of its features, we’ve identified a few hidden gems that people find really useful once they know about them.
Have you ever tried to create a link to a SharePoint folder but can’t figure it out, or received a link to a SharePoint location that just doesn’t work? Recently we’ve been getting asked how to set up a SharePoint folder as a shared location for OnePager files. Understanding paths will help you avoid these problems in the future, and use both OnePager and SharePoint more effectively.
Microsoft Project lets you assign different levels of work to each task and resource, but getting this information out of Project in a meaningful way is another story. Here is what a project plan looks like with resource units turned on:
Over the last year, we’ve invested significantly in our Support infrastructure. As a result, we’re now in a position to offer additional help and expanded hours to OnePager users who find themselves needing assistance on a tight deadline. We are pleased to announce Premium Support for OnePager Pro and OnePager Express.