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MC694645 – (Updated) Additional capabilities for Microsoft 365 users in Microsoft Project for the web

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check before: 2023-12-15

Product:

Microsoft 365 admin center, Planner, Project, Project for the web

Platform:

Online, Web, World tenant

Status:

Rolling out

Change type:

New feature, Updated message, User impact

Links:

186228

Details:

Microsoft 365 users will be able to collaborate with Project users by editing shared projects where Microsoft Planner and Microsoft Project for the web overlap. A Project license will still be required for non-overlapping fields. The update will roll out from mid-February 2024 to late March 2024. Organizations may consider updating their training and documentation.
Updated February 19, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank your for your patience.
Currently, users with Microsoft 365 licenses can view projects shared with them by users of Microsoft Project for the web. This update will enable Microsoft 365 users to collaborate with Project users by editing shared projects.

The added capabilities will enable them to access any functionality where Microsoft Planner and Microsoft Project for the web overlap. For any non-overlapping fields, a Project license will still be required. For example, a Microsoft 365 user can edit the task name, its priority, and its start date. To edit or create a dependency, they will need a Project license. More information on the additional capabilities offered to Microsoft 365 users will be available in our service description following the feature rollout.
This capability is specific to projects that are created within the default environment, such as by using project.microsoft.com. For information about how to turn off this functionality through the admin center, read here.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 186228
[When this will happen:]
This update will begin rolling in mid-February 2024 (previously mid-January) and is expected to complete by late March 2024 (previously late February).

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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2023-12-01

updated:
2024-02-20

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DatePropertyoldnew
2024-02-20MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, User impactUpdated message, New feature, User impact
2024-02-20MC SummaryMicrosoft 365 users will be able to collaborate with Project users by editing shared projects where Microsoft Planner and Microsoft Project for the web overlap. A Project license will still be required for non-overlapping fields. The update will roll out from mid-February 2024 to late March 2024. Organizations may consider updating their training and documentation.
2024-02-20MC Last Updated12/01/2023 01:55:302024-02-19T22:12:35Z
2024-02-20MC MessagesCurrently, users with Microsoft 365 licenses can view projects shared with them by users of Microsoft Project for the web. This update will enable Microsoft 365 users to collaborate with Project users by editing shared projects.
The added capabilities will enable them to access any functionality where Microsoft Planner and Microsoft Project for the web overlap. For any non-overlapping fields, a Project license will still be required. For example, a Microsoft 365 user can edit the task name, its priority, and its start date. To edit or create a dependency, they will need a Project license. More information on the additional capabilities offered to Microsoft 365 users will be available in our service description following the feature rollout.
This capability is specific to projects that are created within the default environment, such as by using project.microsoft.com. For information about how to turn off this functionality through the admin center, read here.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 186228
[When this will happen:]
This update will begin rolling in mid-January 2024 and is expected to complete by late February 2024.
Updated February 19, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank your for your patience.
Currently, users with Microsoft 365 licenses can view projects shared with them by users of Microsoft Project for the web. This update will enable Microsoft 365 users to collaborate with Project users by editing shared projects.

The added capabilities will enable them to access any functionality where Microsoft Planner and Microsoft Project for the web overlap. For any non-overlapping fields, a Project license will still be required. For example, a Microsoft 365 user can edit the task name, its priority, and its start date. To edit or create a dependency, they will need a Project license. More information on the additional capabilities offered to Microsoft 365 users will be available in our service description following the feature rollout.
This capability is specific to projects that are created within the default environment, such as by using project.microsoft.com. For information about how to turn off this functionality through the admin center, read here.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 186228
[When this will happen:]
This update will begin rolling in mid-February 2024 (previously mid-January) and is expected to complete by late March 2024 (previously late February).
2024-02-20MC TitleAdditional capabilities for Microsoft 365 users in Microsoft Project for the web(Updated) Additional capabilities for Microsoft 365 users in Microsoft Project for the web
2024-02-20MC End Time04/01/2024 09:00:002024-05-06T09:00:00Z

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