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Project Planning 101

Sometimes it is just good to get back to discussing the basics. How we plan out projects and how we get the project kicked off will vary from organization to organization and from project manager to project manager. How we do this very important part of each project can even be influenced by our project customer – depending on how much say they want in how the project is run or planned. [More]

What can an Observer do?

Observers can view the project, but cannot make any changes, except to update tasks to which they are assigned.Team or Professional Edition license holders can grant an unlimited number of Resources with Observer access to anyone who also has a paid edition of Viewpath.Team Edition users can also ad... [More]

What can a Guest do?

Starter Edition users can add unlimited "Guests" from any organization. "Guests" don’t have full project visibility, but it’s easy for them to collaborate on assigned activities.  Users on the Starter Edition also have the ability to share the entire project by using Viewpath's built-in PDF function... [More]

Can I manage allotted times for Resources in Viewpath?

With Viewpath, you can manage Resource Allocation on a per-project basis or across multiple projects. The Allocation tool offers many options to help you hone in on the assigned hours for each Resource. A complete video tutorial is available in the Help section of the application.

Who can access my Template?

You can create as many Templates as you need. Anyone listed as a Resource on the template, with “Observer” access rights or higher, will be able to use the template.When a new project is created based on a Template, the New Project Wizard allows users to “Import Resources.” The user can import all R... [More]

Why can’t I change the dates on Child Tasks?

If you have a set of tasks with a Parent-Child relationship and the Parent task is linked to a Predecessor, the child tasks will be constrained and you will not be able to change the dates. Rather than linking to the Parent task, link to the first Child task in the set in order to avoid this issue.