Accurately calculating the critical path in a project schedule is extremely important. It is therefore absolutely necessary to ensure all resource calendar exceptions are accounted for in their calendar. Learn to account for any time a resource will spend away from a project – such as vacation, training, and seminars – in order to ensure accurate finish dates. In this Microsoft Project Online Training and Microsoft Project Training video, you will learn two different methods for doing this. First you will learn how to do so using Microsoft Project’s Timesheet capabilities in the solution. This works well for organizations that have this functionality configured and use it consistently. Second, you will learn how to have a Resource Manager or Project Manager edit the resource calendar by editing the Enterprise Resource Pool. Once you learn both methods, you’ll be able to determine which is best for your situation.
This webinar is designed for anyone who needs to understand how to create resource calendar exceptions in Project Online, Project Server, and SharePoint Online.