Similar to Planner's integration. Having a site part that points is not good enough.
Whats unclear is to me.. can resources be assigned to a task without having a PFW license.
Someone mentioned this in another thread, but it would essentially be like to-do and planner.
Will a task assigned to someone in Project for web show up in the "assigned to you" section of To-Do?
Sergio Nesbitt commented
This feature is crucial to the success of Project for the Web
I've spent the past hour trying to figure out how to do this because the blog post announcing the new Project says we can. Now I see here that it is still only "planned," not available yet.
Daniel Virkler commented
I also saw this feature demonstrated at Microsoft Ignite 2019 as being a native capability. Can you please activate this feature for the rest of us?
I don't understand. I signed up for Project based on the GIF showing integration of Project with Teams in this blog by the Vice President of MS: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2019/10/29/new-microsoft-project-rolls-out-worldwide/
Now I find out the integration does not exist.
This is false advertising
So the launch announcement shows Teams integration but no simple way to do this at launch? Is this a joke or what? https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2019/10/29/new-microsoft-project-rolls-out-worldwide/
I don't see anything about this in the Office 365 roadmap and can't find any official instructions on how to add the Project Tab to a Teams channel. At this point, Planner is much more powerful than Project Plan 1.
Must be able to see the individual projects from Project Online in Teams (in a channel)
Trutz-Sebastian Stephani commented
Add native Teams integration that doesn't require you to add Teams to a O365 group and also provides an App in Teams that allows you to display the "Project for the Web" embedded without having to copy&paste the URL and add the &dynamicsUI=true parameter