Project Online: Resource Management feature

After a few weeks of experience supporting the Resource Management features of Project Online I decided to post a blog covering some details behind the resource plan migration that happens after activation of the feature.  Part 1 is over on the Project Support blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectsupport/archive/2015/10/21/project-online-resource-plan-migration-expectations.aspx.  Part 2 will come soon when I’ll cover a […]

MPUG Chapter Meeting–Bellevue

Thanks to all who were able to attend the chapter meeting yesterday evening, and to Bill Dow for organizing.  It was a pleasure to meet you all.  I hope to get the recording edited and over to MPUG so they can make available to a wider audience – on first listen there is a fair […]

What I missed in my Project Land summer round-up

For my round-up posts I tend to go to the blog roll and click through and see what the MVP community have been blogging about and then add other posts that have interested me from both inside and outside Microsoft.  However, there are some MVP’s that were missing from my list so I missed posting […]

MPUG Seattle–Project Support and what’s coming next

In September I will be presenting, along with my Manager Larry Block, at the MPUG Seattle chapter meeting in Bellevue at the Microsoft Store,  September 17th at 6pm – mark your diaries.  We will be talking about how we work in support for Microsoft Project – giving you some insight into one of the longest […]

Project Online and OData–Reserved Words

This does also apply to Project Server 2013, and will to Project Server 2016 too – but mostly OData will be used in the Project Online space.  You can hit issues when using certain names for your custom fields if they clash with the names we are using for properties in the OData feeds.  We […]