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Microsoft Project is scalable to any size problem or project. That means that not every Project user needs access to the same tools. Whether you’re interested in a beginner’s guide to using the software, or a more advanced guide to analytics in Microsoft Project, Udemy has a course for you.

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Project is Microsoft’s proprietary project management software designed to help organizations analyze their resources, forecast their needs, and prevent production problems ahead of time. Microsoft Project features a suite of unique analytics and collaborative tools to help teams work better together.

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Microsoft Project offers an interface for project managers to plan projects and manage work. It allows project managers to assign tasks, allocate resources, and create reports with a full suite of project management workflows, including views (grid, board, timeline), co-authoring for editing and updating task lists, and pre-made reports to track progress. Roadmaps for multiple projects and program tracking are also available. It can even generate timesheets for payroll and invoicing logs. Microsoft Project is integrated with other Microsoft applications, including Office 365, Skype, and Sharepoint, all sharing a similar look and feel to make it more intuitive. People across all businesses and industries use Microsoft Project, including construction managers, startups, and government agencies.