Some features announced below may look familiar if you follow the Project on the Microsoft 365 Public Roadmap or read the March 2020 Update on this blog. The Public Roadmap provides advanced notice of upcoming features that are typically bigger in scope and/or highly anticipated. Another new feature resource to bookmark is the monthly ‘What’s new in Project’ article. The “Project for the web” tab in this article highlights both big and small features that are already available to use.
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Answers to top questions
Q: Will filtering work in the Board and Timeline views?
A: Filtering is only available in the Grid view.
Q: How can I share Power BI reports with my clients?
A: If you have a Project Plan 3 or Plan 5 license, you can use the Project Power BI template to import, analyze, and share data from Project for the Web. There are a variety of “out-of-the-box” reports available to help you easily understand your data. For example, our Portfolio Dashboard gives you a roll-up of all projects, while the “My Work” report lets an individual team member see their own work across projects.
For more information, check out our help article on using Power BI with Project for the Web data here.
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