In previous articles, you’ve learned how to set up your project site, created a document library, learned how to collaborate on project documentation in real-time, and linked your document library to Outlook to further facilitate collaboration. Now it’s time to delve a little more deeply into the project management side of things, apart from basic collaborative efforts.
Tasks, schedules and other critical project management pieces created in Microsoft Project Professional 2010 can be linked to your SharePoint 2010 site, much in the same way that you’ve linked Outlook to your project site. This enables everyone to visualize critical project dates, tasks and other important project milestones as updates are made, because changes made in Microsoft Project Professional are updated on the project site everyone has access to.
Click here to see how to link Microsoft Project Professional to your project site using Office 365:
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