Watch and learn different ways to link tasks in Microsoft Project.
This screen cast may help you better understand what Critical Path is and why it is important for a project manager. Learn to display and work with the critical path in Microsoft Project.
This screen cast explains the four types of task relationships in Microsoft Project: Finish to Start, Finish to Finish, Start to Start, and Start to Finish.
This screencast demonstrates how to create a project calendar and then how to assign it to your project schedule in Microsoft Project.
Learn how to insert tasks in Microsoft Project and then how to turn them into sub-tasks.
In this Project screencast, learn how to start a new project schedule in Microsoft Project.
In this MS Project training screencast I continue talking about some of my pet peeves, or the features that I do not like to accept as default option in project. I recommend to go through these settings before creating a new schedule in Project.
This MS Project training screencast shows another pet peeve of mine. A default setting that autolinks tasks that you insert into your Project schedule. It can mess things up accidentally, unless you are careful or turn the feature off completely.
In this first episode of Projectcast, I introduce you to one of my pet peeves of Microsoft Project — effort driven scheduling. While I don’t have any problems with effort driven scheduling, I think it was not the best choice to make it default for new tasks.