Project licenses getting too expensive? Try syncing Project with SharePoint

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Link: http://icansharepoint.com/use-sharepoint-avoid-expensive-ms-project-licenses/

Want a simpler and cheaper way to give access and get updates to a Project MPP file? Sick of exporting PDFs just so your team and leadership can see your project status?

Turns out you can two-way-sync an MPP with a simple SharePoint Task List. Everyone with SharePoint access can then see and even update the MPP through SharePoint — no Project licenses required other than the project manager, plus a simpler interface than learning Project.

Check out this blog series on how best to sync MPPs to SharePoint, how to customize the setup, and how to use the new solution on a day-to-day basis among your team. This can save you a bunch of time, hassle, and money.

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