Welcome to the first blog focused on new key features for Project for the web. Our intent is to highlight the latest and greatest, so we will provide updates periodically. The new features called out below may look familiar if you follow Project on the Microsoft 365 Public Roadmap, which gives advanced notice on pending releases of larger features. Additionally, other new capabilities mentioned in both this blog and future blogs will be appearing in the monthly “What’s new in Project" article, which will list out new larger and smaller features on an ongoing basis.
The feedback you provide through either the “Feedback” button in the product or UserVoice on Project for the web (or maybe both!) plays a vital role on how we approach new features. Thank you to everyone for taking the time to comment or suggest ways on how to improve and evolve the product. Please keep your feedback coming! We read every submission we get and try to respond as needed. Be sure to provide an email address so we can reach out to you for further information – it’s very helpful for us!
What’s the latest?
Many of the new, or recently new, features for Project for the web and Roadmap are based on your input. Again, please continue to provide us your feedback!
What’s coming next?
We will be launching the following in April.
Answers to top questions
We want to share the two most commonly asked questions with their respective answers below.
Q. How do I delete a project?
A Click the project’s name. In the side pane that pops out, click the … in the upper right corner, and you’ll see the Delete project command.
Q. How do I create a milestone?
A. Set the task duration to 0 days for any task, and you now have a milestone. Milestones are represented by diamonds in the Timeline view, and our plan is to update their styling for the Grid view, too.
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