Microsoft Project 2010 has the built-in capability to sync back and forth with SharePoint 2010, extending the project management capabilities of both tools. This feature allows project managers to manage the project schedule in MS Project while team members can access and update project information directly from a task list in SharePoint. With this two-way sync, the latest project plan is always available in the project site for everyone to see.
In this short demo below, you will learn how to sync your Microsoft Project plan with a basic SharePoint site. This demo will cover:
- How to create a basic SharePoint site using the Microsoft Project template
- Create the project plan in Microsoft Project
- Sync and display the plan in SharePoint
- Sync updates back to Microsoft Project
- Conflict resolution
Watch a 30-minute webinar which walks through some typical sync usage scenarios, demonstrate how to use the sync and offers some advice on sync best practices. Watch this webinar recording and learn how to use the two-way sync between SharePoint 2010 and Project 2010 that will free you up to actually manage projects by allowing your team members to update on their progress without your needing to chase them down.