Sure thing! Setting Cross Project Dependencies is easy.

If you mean that tasks on Project A can influence the schedule of tasks on Project B, then yes. We call those Cross Project Dependencies and you can read about them here:

Now, sometimes we see that teams over-use the Cross Project Dependencies and it creates all sorts of nasty things like circular references, or complicated looking predecessor columns of the task lists, or "having a devil of a time trying to find the reason why your schedule wants to start this task way the heck out there!" ... Just as a few examples.

There are no visual references that will show you Cross Project Dependencies. These dependencies do not show up on a Gantt chart anywhere. There only one place that you will see the Cross Project Dependencies will be on the task list in the predecessor column.

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