There are a variety of ways to update your OnePager visuals using your Excel and Project source files. This video is meant to help you understand your options, and figure out what will work best for your situation.
OnePager gives you a LOT of flexibility when it comes to getting your visuals out and front of your audience for consumption.
We’ve created a video to help cover the settings you need to be aware of, and the steps to take, for Copy/Paste, Printing, Export, and Save As.
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As OnePager evolves, so does our support content. When’s the last time you watched a video to brush up on your OnePager skills? Now might be the time.
Here is a fresh video on OnePager Templates, which are one of the most critical things you must understand in order to achieve efficient, repeatable results in OnePager.
When you are changing your settings in OnePager (Home > Project-View Properties), you’ve probably noticed the three buttons at the bottom of the screen:
Everybody gets what OK and Cancel are, but Apply isn’t quite as common. In short, the Apply button lets you make changes, see them take effect, and continue to make more edits with the window still open. Keeping the window open makes it easy for you to make more changes without having to go out of Project-View Properties and then come back in:
When is a task not a task? If you’ve ever noticed that some of your tasks in OnePager are automatically being converted to milestones, you may have asked this question. This is due to the Task/Milestone Threshold, an advanced setting in OnePager that turns short-duration tasks into milestones, with the intent of making the Gantt chart easier to read and easier to edit.
Some people love the task/milestone threshold and others hate it. There doesn’t seem to be any middle ground. In this article, we’ll explore the task/milestone threshold and help you figure out where it should be set for your project plan. Continue reading
We’ve been asked enough about the ins and outs of exporting to PowerPoint that we went ahead and created a video to cover the subject.