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Here is how to build a filtered Microsoft Project report:
- Let's start with a Microsoft Project plan. This one has hundreds of tasks, but we only want to see things that are assigned to Jeff and are scheduled to start in Q3 of 2017. It's not easy to spot these in Microsoft Project, but a filtered report in OnePager will give you what you need.
- Launch OnePager Pro. You can either do this from your desktop, or from inside Microsoft Project.
- Click NEW to begin building your project report:
- On the next screen, click Select tasks by custom filter to begin filtering your Microsoft Project schedule:
- When the filter screen appears, set up a few rules to decide which items from Microsoft Project will be included in your report:
- Finish building your report, and you will get a filtered version of your Microsoft Project plan based entirely on the rules you have defined:
In this example, we're filtering for all tasks assigned to Jeff with a start date between July 1, 2017 and September 30, 2017. You can filter based on any Microsoft Project field, including enterprise custom fields from Project Server and Project Online.
OnePager is the perfect companion to Microsoft Project because it lets you build an unlimited number of filtered project reports without having to change anything in the Microsoft Project plan itself.
Here are examples of the kinds of filtered project reports OnePager users are building:
- Only show late tasks
- Show tasks assigned to a particular person, team, or department
- Show tasks scheduled to start or finish between certain dates
- Show tasks of a particular type (e.g. design, testing, etc.)
- Only show tasks that are on the critical path
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