Sunday, June 12, 2011

Sync to SharePoint with MS Project 2010

Here’s a familiar complaint: “I’ve got a project in progress but my project team is spread all over the country. I need a tool that will help me manage project work, help my team report their progress, and above all else – it needs to be web based and simple!” There is a solution – and it is designed with Project and SharePoint in mind. It’s called “Sync to SharePoint Tasks List”.

I’m going demonstrate this in my next webinar on June 23rd:  “What's HOT About Microsoft Project 2010!” If you’re interested, register HERE. Seats are going fast, so register now. It’s FREE!

Here are some of the things I’m going to illustrate:

  • What a SharePoint Tasks List is and why you should care about it. Click on the figure below to see one. Look for buttons integrating Outlook, Excel, Access and other applications right into the Tasks List!


  • Where the Sync to SharePoint settings are in Project.
  • What options and limitations you have. The next figure shows the Sync to SharePoint interface in MS Project Professional.


  • How the tasks look and what data they contain after being brought into Project. The last figure shows the SharePoint Tasks List in MS Project after the Sync.


June 23rd is just around the corner. If you want to know more about this great toolset, register for the free webinar! Click HERE.