Chapter overview: Plan site structure and navigation (Project Server)
Updated: May 7, 2009
Topic Last Modified: 2009-04-27
The effectiveness of a Project workspace site, or a group of sites, depends on many factors, but key among them is the ability to predictably locate the site and the content that you need within the site. The structure of a site or group of sites, and the navigation within and between sites, is key to helping users find and share information and work together.
Depending on your role in the planning process, you may delve into your site structure and navigation at different levels.
If you are a member of the IT group for your organization, and are not involved in planning the content in individual sites, but rather the overall framework for sites, then you should read the following articles:
If you are an administrator of a site and simply want to work on the structure of your own, individual site, then you should read the following articles:
This topic is included in the following downloadable book for easier reading and printing:
See the full list of available books at Downloadable content for Project Server 2007.