Similar to Planner's integration. Having a site part that points is not good enough.
You can now add a Project or Roadmap as a tab in Teams! In your Teams channel, click the ‘Add a Tab’ button and search for Project or Roadmap. You can add an existing project or create a new one specifically for your team!Learn more here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-the-project-or-roadmap-app-in-teams-2dc584e6-2f6c-4e2d-9008-0b3f6845eb52?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US
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You can do that today, just set duration to "0"
Need a way to show Milestones, not just tasks in the Project app within MS Teams.
I hope we could see an Integration between MS Project 2019 and MS Teams soon too. An awesome work guys.
David C commented
The read only access is great. Now I just need nonprofit pricing for Plan 1 and things would be perfect for our cross dept project teams. I look forward to greater Microsoft Teams and PowerAutomate integration with Project Web.
Friends, how do we integrate feedback from team members into Microsoft Project. Eg: end date column can be updated by users.
this is a deal breaker. any update on this?
I was able to create a Teams channel via the Group created for P4W for the first Project. The 'Teams' app option seems to have now disappeared! Without P4W integration with Teams, its defeats the whole purpose of collaborative working
David Pelyhes commented
We purchased MS Project for our project managers because is it has a better timeline feature than ASANA, Monday ... and because it integrated with Teams. We have been struggling to figure out how to make it work with Teams when I found out today the sales material is wrong! While we love the timeline in MS Project, the lack of Teams integration is forcing us to do extra work with MS Planner. Microsoft needs to remedy this soon or discount our subscription.
Lars-Erik Odén commented
This website clearly shows that there an integration between Project and Teams. Is that not the case?
Nicholas Archer commented
I thought we had this already? It took a lot of googling to find out that this isn't possible?
Based on this post I thought it was https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2019/10/29/new-microsoft-project-rolls-out-worldwide/
The roadmap that is linked above appears blank, and therefore has no information about this feature.
Any update on this integration?
This is a much-needed integration! I can't believe I'm going to have to us Asana or Monday.com which integrates seamlessly into Teams instead of the new Project!
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.