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- Export to Excel: Starting this month, you can export your project grid into an Excel spreadsheet. Share information with colleagues and analyze Project data using the power of Excel. This feature should be available to everyone now!
- Quick Look Column: A new column in the grid will allow you to see more information about your tasks without opening task details. This will start being available in December!
- Customization in Project: Now, all users with a Project for the web license can customize their app without the need to purchase an additional Power Apps license. Check out our blog post on this to learn more.
- Task Attachments: Link your tasks to the relevant documents! Upload a file directly from your computer or link your tasks to documents stored in SharePoint. Working online? Add a link as an attachment so teammates can view relevant information directly from your project.
- Email Notifications: Coming soon, configure custom notifications to send you an email every time something important happens in your projects.
Answers to top questions:
Q: Is the ability to add Projects to private channels in Teams on the roadmap?
A: There are no present plans to complete this work. However, we would love to hear from you about how this impacts your workflow so we can understand your needs in Teams.
Q: Are there license requirements to use the Project & Roadmap apps in Teams?
A: Users with an active Project subscription (Project Plan 1, Project Plan 3, or Project Plan 5) can create and edit projects. A Project Plan 3 or Project Plan 5 subscription users can create or edit roadmaps. All Office 365 users should be able to view Projects/Roadmaps shared within Teams in a read-only mode.
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