My Top 5 New Microsoft Project 2016 Client Features from the Microsoft Ignite Conference
BrightWork customers will know that we have been longtime advocates of the Microsoft Project client and the Professional edition in particular. With the new version set to ship in the Fall, I would highlight my (current) top 5 new features that are coming in that release.
Firstly though, it is worth noting that there is shipping no dependency on Microsoft Project Server 2016 which will ship in Q2 2016, so you can start using it straight away with SharePoint 2013 based products like BrightWork and Project Server.
So, what were the main highlighted features mentioned last week at the Microsoft Ignite Conference?
Top 5 New Microsoft Project 2016 Client Features
1. User interface
2. Multiple timelines
3. Apps that can update Project files
4. Resource Management
5. Integration with Team Foundation Server