Author: Diego Pereira

MBA: Strategic Project Management Bachelor: Management of Information Technology For more than ten years working with customizations geared towards the Microsoft platform, with experience and knowledge in (Enterprise Project Management) EPM solution in versions 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 and SharePoint 2010 and 2013 and Project Online. Workflows using Sharepoint Designer. Great experience in creations of customized reports using Reporting Service, Excel Services and Power Pivot and Integration Services.

Roadmap – Project Online

Hello!!! Microsoft has released the official videos for the Roadmap showing how to: Turn Roadmap on or off for your organization Welcome to Roadmap Create the Roadmap Connect a row to Project Online Connect a row to Azure Boards Share a Roadmap with a group Change who a Roadmap is shared to Add top-level key…

Project Online Permission Mode

Hello Everyone, Microsoft has started to update some Project Online environments. Now as Administrator of the PWA you will be able to change the Permission Mode that you want to use. Project Permission Mode SharePoint Permission Mode Before only Tenant Administrators could do that. Be extra careful trying to change the permission in Production Environment from…

Nordic Strategic EPMO Conference | #NSEConference

NORDIC STRATEGIC EPMO CONFERENCE Driving the project portfolio with a focus on impact and strategic business benefits. Join us for an inspirational day where some of Denmark’s biggest players within their industry explain about how they optimize the strategic value of their project portfolios with the top of the class technology solutions.   Agenda 08:30…

New Project Online Home Page

Hello!!! In July Brian Smith posted about the new Project Home, you can check his post here. Now Microsoft has released for all users and you can start using it. Allan Rocha has tested and created a very nice post about it, you can check how is working here. Or if you are a Portuguese speaker…

Microsoft Project Server 2019 Preview available

Hello everyone, If you are a user of Microsoft Project Server on-premises version you can download and test the Microsoft Project Server 2019 preview, Download Here. This new version includes enhancements to performance, scalability, reporting, accessibility and an expanded set of resource engagement APIs and also the robust collaboration and capabilities from SharePoint Server 2019.…

Editing Visio diagrams directly in Microsoft Teams

Hello everyone, Microsoft Teams is getting better every day and I am using Teams for everything, share documents, chats, meetings and so forth. Using Microsoft Teams you can make changes to Excel, Word, PowerPoint and now Visio files. You can make simple changes without leaving the Teams app. Of course, when you need to do…

Configuring the SSL certificate to SharePoint 2016

Hi everyone. Last week I was having fun installing a Project Server 2016 for a customer, and after creating a workflow, I started to receive an error when the workflow tried to send an email to my user. So, the first thing I did was open the ULS log, and I found the following error:…

New option Project Server Settings – SharePoint Lists

Hello everyone, A new Project Server Settings option is enabled now for SharePoint Lists. Now, when you create a new list using the “New Experience” and you want to map the columns on the list with the Project Fields you need to do 4 easy steps: Access your list Go to the List Settings Click on…

ReportingWssSyncListFailed (24018) – The field XXXX was missing from the SP list and was ignored

Hello everyone, Have you seen this error “ReportingWssSyncListFailed (24018) – The field XXXX was missing from the SP list and was ignored.” on the Project Online queue? If yes, probably someone has deleted fields from Project Site lists (Issues, Risks, Deliverables). Project Online queue error. The item CommitmentFinish is from the Deliverables list. So, let’s check…

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