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The following shows how someone can use elapsed days or a project work schedule feature to have task work scheduled to start on weekends or have the duration of the task go through weekends.
by: Alex Roman in:    Project Scheduling   
How Do I Move Multiple Tasks Into A Summary Task? There are couple ways to move multiple tasks into a summary task. One way is just to simply drag and drop each task one at time to the desired Summary Task. Another way is to add each task to your clipboard (make sure clipboard is empty b... (more)
by: Alex Roman in:    Project Scheduling   
Work Expense and Work Billable Expense have been updated to include multiple line items for planning task expenses. When editing either value on the task list, a link is available in the upper-left corner of the cell to present the line item entry layer. Line item entries require that... (more)
by: Wes Kliewer in:    Project Scheduling   
Work Estimate at Completion (EAC) and Work Estimate to Complete (ETC) are cost projections based on the work that is still not done (ETC) and adding the cost of that pending work to the cost of the work that has been done (EAC). We'll start with an example of the simplest one, which is ETC:... (more)
by: Wes Kliewer in:    Project Scheduling   
Many project teams want to brainstorm ideas before creating a project plan. That's a great idea. You can use a white board and sticky notes to do this, or you can use a great brainstorming tool like MindManager. This solution allows you to put all of your team's ideas in one place and branch off... (more)
by: Cynthia West in:    Project Scheduling   
Some project teams want to have their team members enter in the number of work hours that are left on a task. No problem! First, you must make sure your Project Insight settings are enabled to capture that information. A PI administrator needs to go to Administration, Project Settings and ... (more)
by: Cynthia West in:    Project Scheduling   
AudienceAnyone that wants to create a project. Designed for the first time you create a project from scratch. BenefitsLearn how to start your first project and use shortcuts for rapid schedule building. Launch project add/edit formAdd your first task, duration and workUnderstand intelligent sc... (more)
by: Cynthia West in:    Getting Started   
If you're a Microsoft Project desktop user, it's easy to import a project from MSP directly to Project Insight leveraging the MSP Connector (add-on). Helpful Resources MS Project Connector (Manual Article) Microsoft Office and Outlook Connectors Video (Product Webinar)
by: Wes Kliewer in:    Project Scheduling   
Using Zero Work Hour tasks does not affect Percent Complete because zero work hour tasks carry no weight in the task list. The video above demonstrates using Percent Complete Duration instead of traditional Percent Complete to understand "doneness." The calculation is Task % Complete multiplied b... (more)
by: Margaret Campbell in:    Project Scheduling   
Who should attend: Project managers, project schedulers Agenda: Learn how to determine your project start date by the required deadline or end dateRemove the existing predecessor on the last task, if there is oneGo to the first task on the project and create a dependency to the last task on the p... (more)
by: Wes Kliewer in:    Project Scheduling   
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