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Time Management Solutions for PMs

Making the best use of each resource's time is key to overall project success. See how OnePager, an add-in to MS Project or Excel, helps project managers make the best use of everyone's time on a project:

  • Allow resources to only focus on the deliverables that are relevant to their portion of a project
  • Quickly show executives a high-level status of one or multiple projects, and identify problem spots
  • Identify deliverables at the individual or the team level
  • Understand which tasks and milestones are ahead of schedule, and which are at risk of slipping

Sample Time Management Solutions

OnePager charts are a key tool in making better use of each contributor's time on the project. Here are the types of charts that OnePager can create for your team:

Task board for an Agile software development project.

Building Multi-Project Timelines

This agile task board is used for release planning, and gives a prioritized list of new features for a software product.

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This quick article shows you how to create a simple timeline view in Microsoft Project 2003.

Creating a Timeline View in Microsoft Project 2003

This quick article shows you how to create a simple timeline view in Microsoft Project 2003.

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This quick article shows you how to create a simple timeline view in Microsoft Project 2007.

Creating a Timeline View in Microsoft Project 2007

This quick article shows you how to create a simple timeline view/Gantt chart from Microsoft Project 2007.

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How to build an Agile task board using a Microsoft Project list of requirements and user stories.

Create an Agile Task Board Using an MS Project Backlog

This article describes how to create an task board for the Agile methodology using user stories and requirements tracked in a Microsoft Project plan.

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How to build an Agile task board using a Microsoft Project list of requirements and user stories.

Creating an Agile Roadmap Using an Excel Backlog

See how to create a roadmap for your Agile project using an existing list of requirements and user stories kept in Microsoft Excel.

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How to build an Agile project timeline.

Building an Agile Project Timeline

Learn how Scrum Masters are building project timelines that fit into the Agile methodology.

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How to summarize a multi-phase Microsoft Project plan into a single Gantt chart.

Creating a Multi-Phase Project Schedule

This article describes how to build a Gantt chart and separate it into multiple phases based on a Microsoft Project outline plan.

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Learn how to build a multi-project summary schedule using multiple Microsoft Project files.

Summarizing a Multi-Project Schedule

Find out how to create a one-page summary of multiple projects from different MS Project plans.

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Learn how to create a presentation template for Microsoft Project plans.

Creating a Microsoft Project Template

Learn how to set up a template that will standardize all of your Microsoft Project plans in a consistent presentation format.

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Learn how to create a simple timeline based on your project schedule.

Building a Simple Project Timeline

This article describes how OnePager Pro, an add-in for Microsoft Project, can create simple timelines of one or many project plans.

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Understand the strengths and weaknesses of MS Project 2010's timeline view, and how OnePager can make it even more powerful.

Enhancing the Microsoft Project 2010 Timeline View

Learn how the timeline view in MS Project 2010 can create simple Gantt charts, and how OnePager can make these Gantt charts even more powerful with dynamic grouping, sorting, and color-coding.

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Learn how to build a Gantt chart in Excel using OnePager Express.

How to Make a Gantt Chart in Microsoft Excel

Many project managers keep track of schedules, but don't have a way to create Gantt charts easily. OnePager Express can create a Gantt chart from virtually any Excel spreadsheet.

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Track changes to your project schedule as tasks are updated from week to week.

Tracking Project Schedule Changes in a Timeline View

See how OnePager can create a series of progressive timelines that track the changes to individual tasks or phases within your Microsoft Project plan.

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How to create templates for Gantt charts, timelines, and project schedules.

Creating project schedule (Gantt chart) templates

See how easy it is to create templates for Gantt charts, project timelines, and project schedules using OnePager Pro, an add-in for Microsoft Project.

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How to create a resource-by-resource timeline.

Creating a Microsoft Project Resource Report

Learn how to create a resource-by-resource report of your Microsoft Project schedule, using OnePager Pro, the easy timeline add-in for Microsoft Project.

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How to create a project resource allocation report.

Project Resource Allocation Reports

How to use OnePager Pro to color-code a Microsoft Project plan so that it shows tasks with overallocated resources.

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How to create an hour-by-hour Gantt chart.

Hourly Gantt Chart

For shorter-duration projects, it's often important to visualize the precise time that tasks are supposed to start and stop, instead of just their due date.

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