OnePager needs a Unique ID to be present in your Excel file in order to allow successful regular updating of your charts, using your source file.
Here is a new video that covers this topic in a bit more detail. We hope you find it useful.
Over the next couple months we’ll be creating some videos that outline specific tips to ensure our OnePager Express users understand the fundamentals, and what to avoid, when it comes to using Excel to create and update visuals successfully in OnePager.
Here is the first, which discusses how to structure the Excel data to work properly with OnePager Express.
We get asked by our OnePager Express (for Excel) users every so often how they can display critical path.
OnePager Pro inherently uses the Critical column from Microsoft Project, which calculates the critical path, to visualize those values.
Excel doesn’t calculate critical path without some intensive programming on your part, and OnePager Express isn’t set up to display critical path like OnePager Pro does (a colored bar at the top of the task bar). But, it is possible. We’ve summarized how it can be quickly done below. For more detail, you can also read our step-by-step instructions on how to build Excel Gantt charts with critical path.
Do you have a Gantt chart or a timeline with a mixture of tasks and milestones? Would you like to set a standard color for your milestones that is different from the standard color for your tasks?
We are very excited to announce the latest release of OnePager, version 5.3.
The enhancements reviewed in the below video (Part 1 of 3) are:
Have a look!
Check out Part 2 next week!