When creating a new project we don't want to start from scratch each time. We should be able to select a type of project (or an existing one) and use that as a starting point.275 votes
I’m updating this to “partially complete” as we have finished rolling out the “Copy Project” feature. You can access this by opening a project, clicking on the title to open the details pane, hitting the “…” in the top corner, and then the Copy command.
You can get more details, tips and tricks here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/project-blog/copying-projects-in-project-for-the-web/ba-p/1477766
We’re still thinking about the specific templates scenario and reading your comments below. Please try the feature out and let us know what other feedback/improvements can be made.
Please allow tasks to be scheduled in “manual mode” allowing for Project Managers to define start and finish date without auto calculating the effort.190 votes
This is currently rolling out.
You are now able to set Effort and Duration independently of each other for tasks with assignments. When Effort is set, Duration will not change.
In the new Project add the ability to filter by task, by resource or by date40 votes
You might have noticed that you can filter by string on the Grid view. You can now filter on task names and assignees (check the top right corner of your projects!)
I’m marking this as partially complete, as I know there were many other asks here. Please continue sharing your needs and scenarios around filtering.
Develop connectors for automating creation of new projects, new tasks, update and assign to team members using Power Automate. Currently the connectors for Project are dependent on a PWA root site.24 votes
Hi there! You can use the “CDS Connector” in Power Automate to access the Project for the Web entities. They are only read-access right now.
You can look at examples here: https://github.com/OfficeDev/Project-Dynamics-Issues
Hope this helps!
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