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.
This video answers a question we get a lot: what’s the difference between OnePager Pro and Express?
We go into a little bit of detail, so if you’re curious, it should solidify things.
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.
If you have any questions, or feel like we’ve missed something, please feel free to add a comment, or to send an email to email@example.com. We value your input and feedback.
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a .tat file and a .tam file in OnePager? It’s an important thing to know, and we’ve updated a video recently that provides a quick explanation:
The Project-View Properties is the heart and soul of the OnePager application. All of the automation and efficiency can be found within these settings.
If you’ve never had a formal introduction to the PVP, we just updated our video on this subject, and it’s worth a look:
There are two paths to begin customizing your OnePager visual:
Using the settings in the Project-View Properties (automation)
Manually making changes to the chart
This video covers both paths, and is worth a few minutes of your time if you’re someone who is always looking to improve!
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.
The three main changes in the 6.0 Release:
A custom filter to allow you to use criteria in your data to choose which activities and milestones to include in your visual (vs. just a “Yes” column).
The ability to display up to 5 columns from your source file in your OnePager chart.
Unlimited access to the columns in your source files to drive labels, organization, formatting, and Unique IDs.
Please see the below links to determine whether or not you qualify for this upgrade, at no cost, to find out where to retrieve it, and to watch a video about the new changes.
Not all of the OnePager tips and tricks videos make it onto our Support Videos page. But every video we’ve ever made
can be found on our YouTube channel.
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