10 Things You Can, But Should NEVER Do In OnePager – #8

This is the eighth article in a series meant to highlight the mistakes or missteps we see most often in our OnePager support interactions. These are things we wish we could help everyone avoid, and do the proper way instead.

8 – Building up lots of snapshots unnecessarily

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Case Study of an Aviation Industry Veteran and OnePager Expert

Every now and again during interactions with users, the OnePager support team gets wowed. A OnePager chart will pop onto the screen and make an instant positive impression. The OnePager team likes to call these users “OnePager Van Goghs.”

Nancy Childress is one such Van Gogh, and a 39-year veteran of the aviation industry.

Read more about her and her experience with OnePager here.

Want to have your own OnePager Case Study? It’s a pretty simple process…please reach out to jleslie@onepager.com noting your interest.

10 Things You Can, But Should NEVER Do In OnePager – #7

This is the seventh article in a series meant to highlight the mistakes or missteps we see most often in our OnePager support interactions. These are things we wish we could help everyone avoid, and do the proper way instead.

7 – Update without first opening the project view you want to update

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Here’s another analogy: if you hired me to paint your house, and then I just told you to trust that I’d pick the right color, would you? Probably not…

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New OnePager Case Study: Achaogen

Achaogen, a late-stage biopharmaceutical company based in South San Francisco, had never submitted an NDA. While they have veteran resources on the team who had been through the submittal process before, it was a first for their team. They learned quickly what would (and wouldn’t) work, to ensure everyone was on the same page, and that positive and productive collaboration was occurring on a regular basis to help move the ball toward the goal.

Click here to read more about Achaogen’s experience here.

10 Things You Can, But Should NEVER Do In OnePager – #5

Happy New Year!

This is the fifth article in a series meant to highlight the mistakes or missteps we see most often in our OnePager support interactions. These things we wish we could help everyone avoid, and do the proper way instead.

5 – Overwrite Task Labels In OnePager

The wrong way…

As you have likely discovered, OnePager allows you the ability to change its label by double-clicking on the task bar or milestone shape. The experience will look like the image to the left, where you will end up with a dialog box to overwrite the label that was automatically added from your source file (in Project or Excel). By default, our Templates use the Task Name field in Project.

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New OnePager Case Study: Insmed

We’re very proud to publish a new case study about how our customers at Insmed made use of our OnePager application during a critical and positive time period.

Insmed, a mid-sized biotech company that focuses on serious and rare diseases, began to experience heavy growth and investment in 2016. Along with that growth came a rapidly expanding portfolio of potential products to keep track of, and manage.

Read what they did here.

10 Things You Can, But Should NEVER Do In OnePager – #3

This is the third article in a series meant to highlight the mistakes we see most often in our OnePager support interactions. These are mistakes that we wish we could help everyone avoid, and do the right way instead.

3 – Hiding Shapes Manually

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10 Things You Can, But Should NEVER Do In OnePager – #1

Sorry…we know this has nothing to do with the article except, maybe, “skin the cat,” but hey, the internet loves kittens, so why not? Photo cred: metro.co.uk

We give you lots and lots (and lots) of flexibility to accomplish certain things in your OnePager charts. This flexibility usually gives you a variety of ways to “skin the cat.” But, like most things, there is usually a right way and a wrong way to achieve the desired results.

Over the next 10 or so weeks, we’ll highlight the mistakes we see most often in our support interactions that we wish we could help everyone avoid, and do the right way instead:

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