Category: Project Online

[fusion_text]The need to extract Microsoft Project Task level data in an efficient manner is growing as many Project Server and Project Online clients are creating Power BI models over this data. Unfortunately, many did not account for this BI need when creating their project template structures. This leads to Project template designs that make it […]

Are you having tired of waiting for long refresh times with Power BI? Perhaps, you are getting timeouts because you are retrieving too much data. There’s three easy ways to avoid these issues. WHY IS MY POWER BI DATA REFRESH SO SLOW? Many Power BI models refresh slowly as the models are not structured to […]

[fusion_text] My Star Trek moment has finally arrived! Growing up, it always seemed like a pipe dream to be able to ask questions of the computer and have her answer. Microsoft has got us the closest to this dream with Cortana and Power BI Integration. You can now summon answers from your Power BI dashboards, […]

[fusion_text]You can use the free PowerBI.com license with Microsoft Project Online to do your basic reporting. There are caveats but I’ll show you ways that you can use the free license effectively. What is Power BI? Microsoft Power BI is a collection of online and client tools that enable organizations to visualize and explore data, […]

Visualizing Project Time Project Online supports collaborative work management across your organization. It provides the ability to manage multiple project schedules and allows project team members to enter the time spent on assigned tasks via their timesheet. The timesheet information can then be used for many purposes. Many Project Management Offices (PMOs) have dynamic information […]

Thank you for the great response! I created a video last week called the most interested time sheet audit report, mainly as a tongue-in-cheek way of introducing the cool functionality of Power BI over what is normally a dry reporting topic. The response was great! So great, that I’m putting together a hybrid class to […]

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Here’s a quick article on how to connect Project Pro to Project Online. The question seems to come up on a regular basis so I’m documenting it here. In Project 2013 and Project Online, Microsoft added the ability for Project Pro to autoconfigure the connection to Project Web App. However, to make this happen, you […]