I know you are all very excited about the big game leading up to the Project Conference this coming weekend. My money is on Norwich taking all 3 points against bottom of the table Cardiff – but I guess it could go either way… Oh, there is another game? USA v South Korea?
But on to Project.
Quick round-up of recent blog posts over on the Project Support blog:
Project Online- Where did my administrator permissions go- - which covered a default group that is causing some confusion on Project Online
Project Server 2013 and Project Online- Adding multiple SharePoint sites in Project Center – problems if you try and add multiple nested sites to Project Center
Project Server 2013- Error loading views if the default view is missing – a view load issue – related to deletion of default views – always worth keeping the defaults about – perhaps rename or hide with careful category permissions - but don’t delete please.
Microsoft Project Server 2010 and 2013 December CU Announcement – exactly what it says on the tin
SharePoint 2013 Workflow- Token contains invalid signature – a workflow issue that has been bugging me for a while…
Project Online- Notifications and Reminders – some ways to get reminders and notifications in Project Online.
Project Online- Have you seen any of the new bits we have added- - a blog showing new things we have added over the 1st year of Project Online
and last but certainly not least - Project Server 2013- Check your administrative backups before you need them – please, please, please make sure any backup you think you are taking is working – but particularly administrative backups after migrating to 2013 from 2010.
As the timeline below shows, we are rapidly approaching the Project Conference 2014 in Anaheim, California, from the 2nd to the 5th of February. That is less than a month! So if you haven’t already registered – now is the time! I am certainly looking forward to the trip south – hoping it will be a few degrees warmer than Seattle!
The session lists are available, so you can get a very good idea what topics are being covered – and we at Microsoft are all busy working on our sessions – and I am sure our great partners, customers and MVPs - who will also be delivering great session content are doing the same (I know when the deadlines are!). So come and see these folks – and others – meet friends and make new ones – at the Project Conference 2014, Anaheim, California. I’ll get to see Christophe again too…