Power Platform supports multiple environments (Automate and Apps). It should be possible to have a separate Project environment also. The default environment is not enough for global organizations and multiple, different entities. Make it possible to create Project environments just like Automate (Microsoft Flow) and Power Apps.120 votes
We’re working on it!
By March of next year, you will be able to deploy Project for the web to different environments. Thank you all for submitting this idea to User Voice and voting on it!
Here’s the official update to the M365 roadmap. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=Microsoft%20Project%2CIn%20development
In the new Project for Web, allow users to customize email notifications about tasks which are assigned to them, have been updated, etc. Does not seem to be an option to do so, and it's critical for my team to be notified about their tasks.92 votes
We are starting work to enable native notifications in Project for the web. We will share updates as we have them.
You can also set up customized notifications through flows in Power Automate. We have published two templates you can use, and customize You can learn about them here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/project-blog/new-flow-templates-for-project-for-the-web/ba-p/1384140
We need the ability to add attachments to a task/subtask and a project in general. Same functionality as in Planner. Ideally we can add attachments from anywhere in SharePoint across multiple teams.
We’re working on this! Will keep you updated as we can.
Project for the Web data is currently not stored locally in data centers in South Africa and the UAE. Some customers don't mind that some of their data is stored in a European data center, but for some customers in-country data residency could be a blocker30 votes
Hi everyone – thanks for the feedback. We will be supporting this, and will keep you updated on the status.
It would be really good if you can extract Project online to an excel or PDF document so that it can be shared with others who dont have the access to project online22 votes
We are working on two export functionalities – one to export to PDF, and export to Excel.
Non-licensed users need to be able to at least view a project and roadmap and toggle a task complete. This would create a lot of adoption potential. Right now there is no way to share a schedule with non-licensed users. Heck...you can't even print from Project For The Web.9 votes
✔We have just announced that we are supporting read-only access for Projects & Roadmaps with an O365 license. This will start rolling out next month. You can learn more here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=60646
Microsoft not to deactivate Roadmap from Project Online when your Org will currently not use Project for the web
Roadmap will be deactivated if Project for the Web is deactivated.
We are paying for the Project Online including Roadmap and we do not want to use Project for the web yet. We will first roll-out ProjectOnline and afterwards providing Project for the web to a broader range of users.
Nevertheless Portfoliomanager's can't use Roadmap anymore now.6 votes
We have administrative toggles in development that will allow you to toggle Roadmap and Project for the web on/off independently of each other.
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