Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 1 week ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Project Management, Scheduling

Milestones are used in various ways in a Microsoft Project schedule, but are typically indicators of important dates, events, deliverables, or achievements in the project. Visually, a milestone is typically depicted as a black diamond in a Gantt Chart...

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Scheduling

Not all project tasks are performed sequentially; some are sequential, some are parallel, some have lag times, some have lead times (another term for negative lag), and some require a combination of these.

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Scheduling

Project scheduling with Microsoft Project is partially a science, and partially an art:

Tony Zink

The Promoted Links app in SharePoint 2013 is a great way to graphically display a list of animated navigation tiles, similar to the tiles that appear on the PWA home page:

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 4 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Scheduling

Using the deadline feature in Microsoft Project is a great way to impose a deadline on a task, milestone, or summary in your project schedule and see whether your dynamic schedule is causing you to meet or miss that deadline...

Tony Zink

Recorded sessions and PowerPoint presentations from the Microsoft Project Conference 2014, held February 2 - 5, 2014 in Anaheim, California, are now available on Microsoft's Channel 9 web site.

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

7 months 6 days ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Scheduling

Perhaps you are aware that you can use the Task Notes feature in Microsoft Project to attach work details, update history, or other notes to individual tasks in a project schedule... but what if you want to store general notes in a project that are NOT specific to an individual task?

Tony Zink

Microsoft announced today on the Office Updates blog that Service Pack 1 (SP1) is now available for Microsoft Office 2013, Microsoft Project 2013, and Microsoft SharePoint 2013:

Tony Zink

In Microsoft Project Server, we have had the ability to link project-related artifacts such as documents, issues, and risks to project tasks and to one another for quite some time.

Tony Zink

If you use Microsoft Project Server, Project Online, or SharePoint for managing projects and you have privileges to customize a Project Site, then you can supplement any built-in list or library repositories (such as risks and issues) with your own custom repositories, such as project team contac

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