The Project team is excited to announce that you can now import your Project Desktop files to Project for the web. Once imported, your .mpp files will act as normal Project for the web projects.
How it works
To import your project:
You can import any .mpp files that do not violate Project for the web limits. Once your project has been imported, you will be able to use any of the features currently available in Project for the web.
Scenarios to try
What gets imported?
Project for the web does not have all the same features as Project Desktop. However, we try to import all your relevant information so you can still effectively work on your projects.
Is there anything I can’t import?
Any .mpp files from Project Desktop 2016 or later should be importable into Project for the web.
Keep in mind that Project for the web has lower limits than Project Desktop. To learn more about Project for the web limits, you can check out our documentation here. Any .mpp files that violate a limit will not be importable.
If you have feedback about this or any other feature, you can let us know, either in the comments of this blog post or through our in-app feedback button. To submit feedback through the in-app button, click on the smile icon in the ribbon in Project. This will display three feedback options through which you can submit feedback. Please be sure to include your email so we can reach out to you if we have any follow ups about your comment.
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