At the start of the year, we made a commitment to accelerate the development of new features and enhancements to ensure that the product keeps moving forward. Our DevOps team has been working tirelessly to bring new features, some small but all mighty in improving your user experience. The journey started with the introduction of our first widget which brought you interactive Gantt views, improved filter controls, improved formatting and general usability improvements. There’s no question that 2022 was a year of awesome new features but let’s recap some of our more recent enhancements.
Our widget journey continues with the introduction of the interactive donut and tree map chart widgets. These new widgets make it easier for users to visualise their data in the list with less clicks. You’ll of course still have access to dashboards for graphical representation of your data. Check out this short video aimed at PPO users that covers how to set up these widgets on list pages and restore default settings.
Today marks the launch of Conversations in PPO – a new collaboration feature designed to keep project communications and collaboration flowing. This feature provides the ability to have informal chats, add images and documents, reply using familiar reactions, tag in teammates and interested parties and share knowledge and content on any entity (risks, issues, projects, documents and even approvals), you choose.
Our newest features have landed, join us as we take them for a spin at the upcoming webinar! Are you ready to explore our newest features? In the last few months, we’ve been tirelessly working to improve PPO’s capabilities and we believe that our latest enhancements will level up your PPO user experience. The upcoming webinar will showcase how best to adopt these awesome features, learn from experienced consultants and get answers to frequently asked questions. Here’s what you can expect…
The project management office (PMO) of Pacific Life Re has fast-tracked its portfolio management maturity with the help of Project Portfolio Office’s cloud-based project and portfolio management (PPM) tool, PPO. Furthermore, PPO has allowed the organisation’s PMO to get a better handle on demand management, as well as to provide improved support to project teams that are distributed across the organisation – and indeed the globe.
Good news! PPO Admins with the help of our new drag and drop capability can now finally adjust the sort order of entities for all users on the Home and Project View pages. You will need access to the System Configuration settings under the Administration menu. Did we mention that’s super easy to update? In less than 5-min, we’ll show you this small but mighty feature in action.
The RAG acronym stands for RED, AMBER, GREEN. These colours make up the traffic light colours used by most project managers to convey their subjective view of a project’s status. A RED traffic light normally indicates there are problems on the project (or an aspect of it); AMBER indicates there are issues that are being dealt with by the team but acts as a warning, and GREEN generally indicates that everything is okay.
The project management office (PMO) of Sun International, a business with a proud legacy in the gaming, hospitality and entertainment sector, is using Project Portfolio Office’s cloud-based project and portfolio management (PPM) tool, PPO, to build maturity within its project environment, providing gentle guardrails to establish best practice, while efficiently managing projects.
This video introduces markdown which allows user to apply formatting to text in PPO. e.g. add bulleted lists, bold text, apply italics or headings. We do our very best to make PPO better every day, so we’d love to hear your feedback on these latest enhancements. Don’t forget to let us know if you have … Continue reading “Introducing Markdown”
Ever wanted the information on your list page to be quickly exported into a CSV format? Now you can with PPO’s new Export Button on all list pages in PPO. In the past, users would navigate to the Reports Menu and extract a Detail report for the applicable entity. With less clicks, users now have the flexibility to export your current list page into a CSV formatted file.