How to close a Project (not task) to timesheets

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on July 2, 2019

In the PPM community it is fairly well understood that we can use the “Lock Tasks to Timesheets” function to stop a timesheet user being able to log time against those tasks in a timesheet. However, I recently had the request where the client was not logging effort against tasks but rather projects and wanted

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What does the Remove Task feature do on timesheets?

Posted By Posted by: Cheston Hsu on June 5, 2019

Users when seeing this button may use it to remove a task from their timesheet without understanding what it truly does. The intent of this button is for user, to reject a task that has been assigned to them. Once the rejection has been approved by the project manager, the user is no longer assigned

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Why has a task disappeared from my Timesheet?

Posted By Posted by: Cheston Hsu on May 17, 2019

Timesheets are important for projects as they are often the source-of-truth for effort consumed. They form the basis of many project cost reports. This blog aims to explain the somewhat mysterious behaviour of Microsoft Project Online (and also Project Server 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019) timesheet module that timesheet users and managers interact with. One of

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Resource Engagement and Timesheet

Posted By Posted by: Derek Halawa on September 25, 2017

Background In an effort to help Project Managers, Resource Managers, and PMO in planning and tracking resource utilization and availability, Microsoft released the Resource Engagement feature. Details about the use of the feature are well documented in other publications. This blog will focus on the challenge of using Resource Engagement with timesheets. The Challenge One

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Project Server Timesheet: Recording time at Project Level

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on July 12, 2016

Occasionally in Project Server, we encounter a situation where timesheet capture is only required at project level and not task level. The requirement in this scenario is users are only presented with one timesheet task for each project they work on. Project Server can be configured to allow top level time reporting. In my experience, this

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