Thanks for posting this. The thinking is there would be an option to go into planning mode and while in planning mode your changes aren't automatically visible to everyone. You would get to choose when to make that edition of the project visible to everyone.
Do you think this makes sense? Would love to get more feedback.
Thanks for the suggestion. Project for the web does support project level calendars in addition to resource level calendars. This article has more information to get you going https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/project-for-the-web/create-and-apply-a-work-calendar
Hi all -
You can now add the PWA project summary task in the Roadmap UI and its dates will stay updated. Note that this works with only new PWA connections to Roadmap.
Thanks for the feedback!
Sai, we are still in development like the status states.
Kris - Can you create a separate Uservoice entry on this? Or add to a current entry with some details? A similar existing UserVoice thread is on showing non-linked phases in Roadmap. This will help us a ton!
We listened and agreed with your feedback on Project Home to be more compatible with the right PWA sites, so we committed and released a capability where Project Home users can now change the default PWA site to their preferred PWA site. This allows Project Home users to control the creation location of new Project Online projects, and to navigate more easily to desired PWA sites from Project Home.
You can learn more about how to use this feature here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Project-Blog/Change-Your-Default-PWA-Site-for-Project-Home/ba-p/353439
This feature will rollout to tenants gradually over a period of time. Please let us know if there are any questions or comments, we’re actively listening to you all.
~The Project Team
The tooltip provides the url to the Project site for now
Thanks for your feedback. We are working on this. Will keep you posted
I hear you on that – I wanted to make sure you knew we had the Sprint Start and Sprint Finish dates in there. We’ve heard similar feedback before, so now that your request is more clear, we’ll listen to more feedback and see what the best route is.
There’s a scenario of a hybrid classical method alongside the scrum ones, which is why we want to make sure we can still support that.
Thanks for the feedback – we’ll keep listening for this one. I’ve also marked this back to “Under Review” so more users can vote and comment on this.
@John C -
We only have this functionality in Project Online Desktop Client aka the Subscription mode. If that's what you have, you may not be on the latest channel.
Hope this is helpful!
Have you tried using the Power BI Content Pack we’ve created? It comes with awesome reports that show summaries of all of your projects, and more! It has portfolio level reports, project level reports, and even resource reports.
Here’s a link to learn more –
Let me know if this works for you!
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 Ian (and others!)
This is interesting feedback - we view the model between Project and Planner a bit differently - which is why we link a task to an entire Planner plan. We haven't seen a ton of scenarios for 1:1 tasks in Planner and Project, since we see that a large task may encompass an entire Planner plan.
We'd love to hear your feedback on how the current model can be improved on with more integration. Currently, we have a link, but what else would make this feature more valuable to you?
Have you looked into the new Project Online Power BI Content Pack? It includes report pages on Issues/Risks at a portfolio and project level. You can download that and take out the pages and charts you don't need. It's available both through Power BI and on GitHub. Let us know if that is what you're asking for, and we can update the status of this. If not, let us know what you would have expected/more details on what this ask is in regards to.
Have you looked into the new Project Online Power BI Content Pack? That includes portfolio and project status pages. You can download that and take out the pages and charts you don’t need. It’s available both through Power BI App Source and on GitHub. Let us know if that is what you’re asking for, and we can update the status of this. If not, let us know what you would have expected!
Have you looked into the new Project Online Power BI Content Pack? That includes portfolio and project status pages. You can download that and take out the pages and charts you don't need. It's available both through Power BI and on GitHub. Let us know if that is what you're asking for, and we can update the status of this. If not, let us know what you would have expected!
We’ll look into this and see what we can do to make sure we are supporting this scenario.
Thanks for pointing this out!
You can now rollup timephased data by day, week, monthly or by fiscal period for:
Where would By Day be used if we provided by month?
Reading local custom fields is now available via CSOM. You can find sample code with instructions on how to retrieve the data here
Have you tried doing the following?
Hope this helps!
The Project Team
You actually can turn on notifications for resource engagements. As long as you have notifications turned on for your tenant, when you go to Resource Center, select the resources you’d like to receive notifications for, then in the ribbon click “Request Reminders”. This button should be visible next to “Print”. If you don’t see this button, then it likely means that notifications are not turned on for your tenant.
Hope this helps!
As for oData feeds, this might be better addressed in a new suggestion.
- Julie Kohler
Moved into the Custom Fields category as requested.