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Project Server 2010 - My Tasks RRS feed

  • Question

  • Under My Work->Tasks, we could see tasks for Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri and Sat. How to change this to two weeks?
    Sanjeev
    Wednesday, June 1, 2011 4:39 PM

Answers

  • There's a "Select Period" button in the ribbon, in the tasks page, you can use that to show 2 weeks. 
    • Marked as answer by Sanjeev S K Wednesday, June 1, 2011 5:10 PM
    Wednesday, June 1, 2011 4:59 PM
  • Sanjeev --
     
    To add to Andrei's response, users can only change the default time periods on the Tasks page if the Project Server administrator has enabled the "<LABEL for=ctl00_ctl00_PlaceHolderMain_PWA_PlaceHolderMain_idFormSectionProtectUserUpdates_ctl01_cbAllowFreeformPeriods>Allow users to define custom periods for task updates�?� option on the Task Settings and Display page in PWA.  If you click the Select Period button on the Tasks ribbon, and see only a single option to select a timesheet period, then this means your administrator has not enabled the permission, and you will be restricted only to the available time periods.  If you DO see fields in which to enter a start date and finish date for the timesheet period, then this means your administrator has enabled the permission, and you can do what Andrei indicates.  Hope this helps.</LABEL>

    Dale A. Howard [MVP]
    VP of Educational Services
    msProjectExperts
    http://www.msprojectexperts.com
    http://www.projectserverexperts.com
    "We write the books on Project Server"

    • Marked as answer by Sanjeev S K Wednesday, June 1, 2011 5:58 PM
    Wednesday, June 1, 2011 5:34 PM

All replies

  • There's a "Select Period" button in the ribbon, in the tasks page, you can use that to show 2 weeks. 
    • Marked as answer by Sanjeev S K Wednesday, June 1, 2011 5:10 PM
    Wednesday, June 1, 2011 4:59 PM
  • Sanjeev --
     
    To add to Andrei's response, users can only change the default time periods on the Tasks page if the Project Server administrator has enabled the "<LABEL for=ctl00_ctl00_PlaceHolderMain_PWA_PlaceHolderMain_idFormSectionProtectUserUpdates_ctl01_cbAllowFreeformPeriods>Allow users to define custom periods for task updates�?� option on the Task Settings and Display page in PWA.  If you click the Select Period button on the Tasks ribbon, and see only a single option to select a timesheet period, then this means your administrator has not enabled the permission, and you will be restricted only to the available time periods.  If you DO see fields in which to enter a start date and finish date for the timesheet period, then this means your administrator has enabled the permission, and you can do what Andrei indicates.  Hope this helps.</LABEL>

    Dale A. Howard [MVP]
    VP of Educational Services
    msProjectExperts
    http://www.msprojectexperts.com
    http://www.projectserverexperts.com
    "We write the books on Project Server"

    • Marked as answer by Sanjeev S K Wednesday, June 1, 2011 5:58 PM
    Wednesday, June 1, 2011 5:34 PM
  • Sanjeev --
     
    To add to Andrei's response, users can only change the default time periods on the Tasks page if the Project Server administrator has enabled the "<LABEL for=ctl00_ctl00_PlaceHolderMain_PWA_PlaceHolderMain_idFormSectionProtectUserUpdates_ctl01_cbAllowFreeformPeriods>Allow users to define custom periods for task updates�?� option on the Task Settings and Display page in PWA.  If you click the Select Period button on the Tasks ribbon, and see only a single option to select a timesheet period, then this means your administrator has not enabled the permission, and you will be restricted only to the available time periods.  If you DO see fields in which to enter a start date and finish date for the timesheet period, then this means your administrator has enabled the permission, and you can do what Andrei indicates.  Hope this helps.</LABEL>

    Dale A. Howard [MVP]
    VP of Educational Services
    msProjectExperts
    http://www.msprojectexperts.com
    http://www.projectserverexperts.com
    "We write the books on Project Server"

    Thank you Dale. Permission is enabled.

    Sanjeev
    Wednesday, June 1, 2011 5:57 PM
  • Sanjeev --

    You are more than welcome for the help, my friend!  :)


    Dale A. Howard [MVP]
    VP of Educational Services
    msProjectExperts
    http://www.msprojectexperts.com
    http://www.projectserverexperts.com
    "We write the books on Project Server"

    Wednesday, June 1, 2011 7:55 PM