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    100 comments  ·  Project for the web » Project  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi all!

    Thank you for your feedback on this feature!

    Export Timeline to PDF is now available to all Project for the web users. You can export your timeline by going to the Timeline tab and clicking on the ‘…’ menu in the top right corner. This menu has an option to export your timeline.

    We would love to hear what you think about this new feature!

    Cheers,
    -M

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    Andrew commented  · 

    Scenario 1) Most likely, the roadmap would be shared internally, with upper management in my company. They would not have Project licenses, nor would we want to assign them full Project licenses just to view roadmaps. Guest or read-only access would be preferable (without requiring a paid Project license). Keep in mind that they may not even care about the details in the underlying connected projects, nor would they want to have to sign in to Project to view this information. That is why a print/export is still preferable.

    Scenario 2) Yes, this is possible, but cumbersome if the roadmap scrolls at all. I'd still prefer a native print/export capability that preserves formatting and saves end users the trouble of manually stitching together a roadmap.

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    Andrew commented  · 

    I want to export the roadmap so that I can share it with upper management (who are all non Project users). To that end, being able to export to PDF/PPT is the ideal solution.

    A read-only share mode *might* be acceptable in certain scenarios, but only if it wouldn't require a Project subscription to simply view the roadmap. Nevertheless, this alternative requires more effort for my target audience to have to get the information for themselves rather than allow me to pull it into a presentation for them.

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    15 comments  ·  Project for the web » Roadmap  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi all!

    Thanks for the suggestion. We’d love to understand more around this scenario.

    Would you be adding tasks and milestones? Do you ever expect to connect this row to a project, or create a project? What happens after the proposal state to the row? Why else would you be creating blank rows and tasks? Would you have a roadmap with both types of rows?…

    The comments below are very helpful already, so please keep them coming! We want to better understand why customers need this scenario fulfilled.

    ~J

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