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Feedback on existing features is also welcomed! If you have feedback, submit it by using the ‘Feedback’ button in Project for the web. Make sure to include your email so we can contact you directly with any follow up questions or comments. Your comments on our blog posts are also monitored, so let us know what you think about this or other articles.
Deploy Project to different environments: Coming soon, organizations now have more flexibility on how they deploy Project for the web. You can use multiple environments, not just the Default one.
Task attachments: All Project users can add file and link attachments to their tasks in Project for the web.
Email notifications: Switch on notifications to see changes about your projects. Get updates when you have a new project, roadmap, or task so you never miss any work.
Export Timeline to PDF: Share your schedule with outside stakeholders by exporting your timeline to PDF.
The new year is a great time to check out all the features that Project for the web added in 2020! Here’s a list of our favorite features that came out last year:
Task-Level Custom Fields ~ Store custom information about your projects effectively by adding custom fields! For more information, check out our blog post on this feature.
Export to Excel ~ Export your task grid information to an Excel spreadsheet. Share your information with colleagues and analyze Project data using the power of Excel! Learn more by checking out our blog post on this feature.
Project and Roadmap in Teams ~ Add your project or roadmap as a tab in Teams. You can use this to more effectively collaborate with teammates and keep all your work in one place. Check out our blog post on this feature to learn more.
Group by Assigned to ~ Organize your tasks by assignee while on the Board view. Get insight into what each teammates is working on and see all your project tasks in one place.
Office 365 Users viewing Project ~ All Office 365 users can access Project and Roadmap as read-only users. Share your project with stakeholders, even if they don’t have a Project license.
Dynamics 365 Project Operations ~ Our team partnered with Dynamics to help launch Project Operations, a new application that has everything you need to run your service business. For more information on this product, check out the Project Operations overview page.