Create a Word document automatically from Project Data using Flow

Posted By Posted by: Khurram Jamshed on February 20, 2019

Microsoft Project Online solution enables the storage of project data in a central repository to increase visibility across the organisation. Reporting on that data can be generated using different tools available such as SSRS, Power BI etc.  An example of the reporting output is a nicely formatted Word document with the most up-to-date project status

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Using Effective From Dates for Resource Rate Increase

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on May 25, 2018

Many Microsoft Project users are familiar with the ability to change resources rates from an effective date. Essentially, the Resource is edited in MS Project by double-clicking on the resource and going to the Resource Information -> Costs as shown below: MS Project handles rates update using this manner nicely. For tasks that span a

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Calculate Resource Utilisation from Resource Engagements Explained

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on April 20, 2018

Since the introduction of Engagements to Microsoft Project Online we have had the below option in MS Project under Project -> Project Information But what exactly does this setting do? Resource Centre In the case of the Resource Centre -> Capacity Planning -> Capacity and Engagements heatmap view, this setting has no effect! This view shows

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