"Projects" is a community within your site with a Navigation Menu that may include the following heading links: Requests, Portfolio, Projects, Tasks, Issues, Risks, Changes, Documents, Resources, and Reports. These heading links are to key sections within EPM Live. Each of these key sections displays enterprise level data that has been consolidated and rolled-up from the organization's projects, work, and all other actionable items into various web parts. This lesson covers viewing the Projects Community.
1. View the Projects Community on the Navigation Menu
Requests: this link navigates to where all project requests are entered and displayed as waiting for approval, approved, or rejected.
Portfolios: this link navigates to where all portfolio items are displayed.
Projects: this link navigates to the Projects List where all project items are displayed.
Tasks: this link navigates to where all tasks published from the Project Planner or Microsoft Project can be viewed.
Issues: this link navigates to the Issues List and is where issues are entered.
Risks: this link navigates to the Risks List and is where risks are entered.
Changes: this link navigates to the Changes List and is where changes (scope, schedule, or cost) are entered.
Documents: this link navigates to the Documents Center and is where all documents can be uploaded, viewed, checked-out and edited.
Resources: this link navigates to the Resource Center and is where all resources entered into the system can be viewed.
Reports: this link navigates to the Business Intelligence Center and is where various reports can be accessed, printed and exported.
Note: Your Projects Community Navigation Menu may appear differently as each site and its communities are configured to your business needs. That is, if your organization uses Risks, then that optional add-in app will be present on the Navigation Menu. The order of where the newly added app appears will be determined by your site collection administrator.
1.1. View the Examples of two Projects Communities
- View the examples of two Projects Communities.