This applies equally to Project Server too – and the term Protected Actuals goes back a bit in Project Server – but I am specifically talking about this innocent looking checkbox on the Task Settings and Display page – Only allow task updates via Tasks and Timesheets. When this box is checked in your Project […]
The Microsoft Project team has recently re-opened their UserVoice feedback channel to the public for Office 365 Project and Portfolio Management – so get over to https://microsoftproject.uservoice.com and let us know your ideas and suggestions for Project Professional (and Standard!), Project Server and Project Online. You can either come up with a new suggestion – […]
I’ve posted the full announcement of the Project and Project Server update releases over on the Project Support site – and also updated all of the hotfix lists (top right) as an easy way to find what fixes have been released since Project 2010, 2013 and 2016 were launched.
In Project Online and SharePoint Online there are various levels of resource usage that can trigger throttling of your service – and potentially blocking completely. A great general article on this topic can be found at https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/dn889829.aspx – titled How to: Avoid getting throttled or blocked in SharePoint Online. There is a new SharePoint 2013 […]
I started my blog back in October 2006 – so just into my second decade of blogging – and wanted to reach out to find how this is working for you? As we move into 2016 as a support team we are looking at how we should use social and what better way than […]
Just before Christmas I got a new Fujifilm XT-1 and a few lenses. This was picture taken of the New Year’s Eve celebrations at the Space Needle – looking across from Ursula Judkins viewpoint at the top of Magnolia Bridge with the 90mm F2 WR – and I’m loving this lens. Also took this picture […]