As project managers gear up for the release of Project 2016, many are probably wondering whether their Project add-ins from the 2010 or 2013 editions will still work. As far as the OnePager Pro Gantt chart add-in is concerned, we have good news — it works!
Thousands of project managers have used OnePager Pro to turn their project plans into beautiful, easy-to-understand Gantt charts like the one below. The Gantt chart feature in Project itself is limited in its customizability, and Project Gantt charts cannot be versioned. By contrast, OnePager Gantt charts are fully customizable — you can change colors and fonts or sort tasks into swimlanes and rows, all based on the data in your plan — and you can create multiple “snapshots” of the same plan at different points in time. Continue reading →
We get asked a LOT what OnePager can provide in terms of displaying resource and cost data. The question doesn’t come in a specific way. It really is this generic: “Can you display resource and cost data?”
As the OnePager user base continues to grow, we are constantly working to improve communication with our users, both present and future. As part of these efforts, the recent 5.2 release includes several improvements to user documentation.
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.
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.
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!