Automated scheduling tools reduce inefficiencies and training time
Manage resources effectively to build project teams and create schedules
Make decisions with built-in reports that support informed decisions
The Getting Started screen walks you through basic capabilities, like linking tasks and creating a timeline, to help you get up to speed fast.
Easily get started using one of the many pre-built templates available in Project Professional and on Office.com.
Work together in Project and see who’s available in real time with Microsoft Teams or Skype for Business (each sold separately).
Submit timesheets to capture project and non-project time spent for payroll, invoicing, and more.
Tools you already know, like Gantt charts, help you create schedules with ease and reduce training time.
Help decisionmakers track and compare actual progress to the original project plan.
Built-in reports like Burndown and Resource Overview help you gain insights, communicate information to stakeholders, and achieve results.
Windows 10 or later is required to install Project Professional 2019 and Project Standard 2019. Project Plan 3 runs on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, and Windows 7 with Service Pack 1. Learn more about system requirements.
Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Mozilla Firefox (latest released version and immediate previous version), Apple Safari (latest released version), and Google Chrome (latest released version).
Yes. You can install Project Plan 3 on up to five PCs.
The core features of the two products are identical when initially purchased. However, Project Plan 3 always gives you the latest version of Project. Project Professional has a perpetual license—once activated, the software will not expire. Project Plan 3 requires an active subscription.