Similar to Planner's integration. Having a site part that points is not good enough.
This is currently in development, and we will provide updates when we have them. Additionally, 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, which will be beneficial for Teams View Access once we complete this! You can learn more here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=60646
Why is &dynamicsUI=true no longer removing the O365 header from Project in the Teams environment.
This used to work previously, what has changed?
Denis Renan commented
The roadmap Id 60646 was launched, where can I get more information on how to integrate the assignments with the planer and be able to update the planer and reflect on the project?
Our team is eagerly awaiting to make use of Project for the Web. We are being hindered by not having this feature enabled, no read-only access to other users.
I see the the completion date is June 2020. Is there an updated timeline when this will be complete? It will help greatly with our planning.
Yea I bought this because I thought it was integrated... as shown int he videos.
Alex Sobtzak commented
As a project manager in a company where everyone uses MS Teams, I would like to be able to manage my projects in MS Project, assign tasks to various users, and have those users see & update thier tasks in MS Teams so that I can see feedback regarding status-updates, notes, percent complete, etc... in my plan via MS Project.
Alex Sobtzak commented
More than read-only access... I would like to be able to assign tasks to assignees who can view and update their tasks in MS Teams (similar to Planner, but I can manage the larger project in MS Project).
Paul Doyle commented
The last admin post was over two months ago, is there a new update and planned date?
I agree with previous users, this has been false advertising by Microsoft to claim integration between Project for the Web and Teams. It makes total sense to plan a project in Project for the Web or Project Online and for the assigned tasks to show in Planner for the assignees to work the task and to enable bi-directional updates (eg progress) but to constrain some elements like Finish Date.
endless "We couldn't sign you in, Please try again" message comes from Project to me in Teams' tab on macos.
Kaare Moss commented
Can you elaborate on what functionalities we can expect from
I'm a little confused about this.
This functionality should be working on or added to backlog or similar... Since it is already being displayed in commercials. Right?
Sergio Nesbitt commented
I am currently getting a, "We couldn't sign you in, Please try again" error for the web page site in the tab... yet I am able to see the Planner tab just fine. Just add native functionality for this! It clearly just works for Planner...
Josh Jandrain commented
You can add a website tab and use the URL of the project but it requires the user to login each time they click.
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