The easiest way to do this is by using SharePoint Audiences. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Target-content-to-specific-audiences-33D84CB6-14ED-4E53-A426-74C38EA32293 . Simply create a SharePoint group(s) and then add your users to that group and then target that to the webpart hosting the PDPs
Microsoft have tried this in the paste, there was an Outlook add-in back in Project 2007, and then 2010 had Exchange Sync. Ultimately these haven't been a success, but there is a still a requirement out there, and some 3rd party apps do exist, such as www.applepark.co.uk/p2o. Disclaimer, this is my software.
Thanks for this suggestion. Please keep sharing what level of zoom you use Roadmaps for!
Here are some questions that can spark discussion in the comments that can help us build the right scenarios into Roadmap:
What duration do you use the Roadmap (1 quarter, 1 year, 5 years…etc)? What type of work are you tracking to use this time period? Would you use multiple views or stay on one – and why?
Thanks everyone, looking forward to reading comments and discussions in this topic!
I agree here, roadmaps are often multi - year, I think having a 5 year overview is required.
We hear you – thanks for the feedback. Please keep sharing your scenarios and your asks here. We want to make sure we have a great experience between Project and Planner.
Hi all -
We’re planning on bringing our boards online – but we want to make sure we do it the right way for you all. We started this in the Client, and we’ll be using feedback on the Client boards features to help bring the boards to Project Online.
Please continue leaving feedback on the Project Client boards, and we’ll let you know when this feature is available online!
It would be nice to be able to print the boards too from MS Project....
Hi, this feature is enabled - https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Using-Project-Online-with-external-users-F305A365-3D81-48BC-A3D0-4260E7326899