If you’re looking for the inside track on Microsoft Project, Project Online and Office 365 Planner look no further than Brian Smith’s blog
There’s been feedback that Project Online customers were experiencing page load delays and timeouts when trying to view Resource Requests. To address this, last month Microsoft published Best practices to improve Resource Engagements performance. This article provides customers with methods of preventing these errors, such as creating views that will help them to display only the proposed Resource Requests for users they manage.
Here are a number of useful links to help with understanding Project & Project Online in a little more detail.
Useful books – they’re for 2013 but they will cover 98% of 2016
When you select Project Online it’s strongly recommended that you work with a qualified Partner.
Partners help in many ways:
- Get you productive more quickly,
- Stop you wandering down challenging paths
- Provide structured guidance and training
Follow this link to find a local Partner
I’m pleased to be able to provide details of scaling and performance updates that the product team has announced today (3rd April 2017). Please review the links below and speak to your deployment Partner, or me, if you have any questions.
30K Project Blog Post
Tune Project Online performance