In a previous article, we discussed how to use enterprise custom fields to filter the tasks that are included in your OnePager chart. With the release of OnePager Pro 6.0, it’s time to revisit this topic, since there are now a few more options.
One thing we’ve talked a lot about in the last year is that creating your visuals in planning (data visualization and plan communications) is a very specific area of study, and discipline.
Communications in business, generally, should be designed for optimal readability by their audience, to cut risk. Miscommunication in business is bad. This means we need to actually put some think-time and design-work into our plan-related communications.
If you and your organization haven’t circled back around just yet, to make sure you’re doing it right, this article might help give you some food for thought on how to retroactively initiate a design phase. Continue reading
We recently updated our recorded demonstration to include the features and controls in our latest version, 6.0. If you have folks in your organization who are interested in OnePager, this is one of the best ways to do that:
If you’d prefer to have us show up to a team meeting and give a private live demonstration, please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. We’d be happy to accommodate that.
Have other videos that you wish we’d create? Please send us your ideas and we’ll get on it!