Always fun to find the root cause and a good way to unblock a customer, even if as in this case the customer was ‘”one of our own” in CSS using one of our (many) internal Project Online instances. The problem here was with a feature that I am sure some of you may not […]
A quick shout out for my recent post over on the Project Support blog. In case you have lost your reports then worth looking at Project Online- Where did my reports go- – and not I haven’t got your reports, but I may be able to help you find them!
I’ve already heard a few reports (no pun intended) of this catching folks out – so worth explaining what has happened here. We made some changes to where reports are stored in Project Online, and we have posted a few announcements about this. Nothing is lost – it is just that the Business Intelligence Center […]
I couple of related issues I thought worth documenting when you are using Firefox as your browser with Project Online – or indeed Project Server 2013. The first is when trying to open some projects from Project Center – using the ribbon option to Open in Project Professional – either read only or for editing […]
This post came from an enquiry for how we can tell which list items in an ideation list (I hate that word – but it seems to be catching on…) have been already turned into projects. In case you are not familiar with this feature of Project Server 2013 and Project Online, I am talking […]
This blog post looks at some slight behavior differences between Project Server 2010 and Project Server 2013 regarding user synchronization to project sites. One key part of this change should be taken into account when migrating – as there is one 2010 setting that no longer has UI to change it – and if it […]