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Manage Views (Project Server 2010 settings)

Published: April 7, 2011

Team members can view project information by selecting different views from the View list at the top of most pages within Microsoft Project Web App. As an administrator, you can better meet the information needs of your organization by adding new views and changing the existing views.

There are several different kinds of views in Project Web App, as listed in the following table.

View type Description

Project

Use this type of view to review the task, assignment, and resource details of a specific project when a team member clicks a project in the Project Center.

Project Center

Use this type of view to review information about all projects in the Project Center.

Resource Assignments

Use this type of view to review details about specific resource assignments.

Resource Center

Use this type of view to review and compare all resources in the Resource Center.

My Work

Team members use this type of view to review their task assignments.

Resource Plan

Managers use this type of view to create resource plans for their projects.

Team Tasks

Team members use this type of view to review the tasks to which their team is assigned as a resource.

Team Builder

Managers use this type of view to create a team for their project (not a resource plan).

Timesheet

Team members use this type of view to report time against the projects to which they are assigned.

Portfolio Analyses

Portfolio managers use this type of view to compare project proposals and determine which meet organizational goals.

Portfolio Analysis Project Selection

Portfolio managers use this type of view to choose which proposals to approve as projects.

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