Round Up Of Recent Microsoft Project Posts


I published a couple of things over on the Project Support blog this week, and our MVPs have been busy posting too!:

Project Server and Synchronizing Users to Project Sites – covers some changes from 2010 to 2013 – of particular use if you happened to uncheck the sync user to subwebs automatically before migrating to 2013. 

Project Server 2013: Which Ideas are now Projects? looks at the ideation scenario and helps understand whioch items from a list have already had projects created from them.

I also had my first look at the Curah platform https://curah.microsoft.com/ – and curated some of the Microsoft content around Getting Started with Project Online - https://curah.microsoft.com/267653/getting-started-information-for-project-online

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I’ll see how this goes, and if it seems to be valuable I will look at other topics to curate – and also include external information from our great MVP, partner and customer community.  OLAP and farm to farm migration might be good topics – and perhaps licensing…

If you haven’t seen it yet, then there is a call for topics for the Ignite conference next year - http://ignite2015.eventpoint.com/survey/callfortopics#fbid= – get your ideas in and let the organizers know how important Project is to you.  Join the TweetJam on Tuesday 9th too - http://blogs.office.com/2014/11/20/help-shape-microsoft-ignite-event/ – Thanks Alex for the reminder on this

Ben posted a timely reminder about backups - http://www.applepark.co.uk/this-might-just-save-your-life/

Paul posted a very useful looking PowerShell script JavaScript file (thanks for the correction Paul!) which I have downloaded and just need to find time to play with - http://pwmather.wordpress.com/2014/12/01/projectonline-projectserver-project-site-finder-javascript-jquery-office365-sharepoint/ – this looks like another option to the Project Online access to list data I described in my ‘Ideas’ posting.

Peter links to some recent announcements of new features coming for our Project Online customers - New Project Online features on the Office365 Roadmap – and has some very festive snow on his site!

and Treb recently updated his ‘getting rid of html tags’ document Converting RTF to Text in SQL Part 3 which I know I will be bookmarking.

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