You may have already picked this up from some or all of the other Project blogs – but worth repeating as I know you have all been waiting for these!
They are now available (similar to EPM 2003) here: Learn about available roles for Project Web Access
Depending on your role in your organization and what security permissions are assigned to you, you will have access to different features of Microsoft Office Project Web Access. The following role guides present broad overviews of Office Project Web Access functionality from the perspective of the different roles you might have.
- Administrator role guide
Use this guide if you are an administrator of Office Project Web Access. You can also use it as a guide to help evaluate Office Project Web Access for your organization.
- Project manager role guide
Use this guide if you are responsible for day-to-day project management tasks such as creating, maintaining, and updating schedules, and coordinating with other project managers, resource managers, and team members.
- Executive role guide
Use this guide if you are responsible for a portfolio of projects, such as all the projects for an entire department.
- Resource manager role guide
Use this guide if you are responsible for managing resources and their skills and capabilities.
- Team member role guide
Use this guide if you are responsible for any of the day-to-day activities in one or more projects.