Supports multiple work style approaches so individuals and teams can work on the same project using the view they're most comfortable with
Reduce inefficiencies with automated scheduling, based on dependencies, duration, and resources
Rich connections with Office 365* apps like Microsoft Teams, OneDrive, and SharePoint help you and your teams achieve more with a common set of familiar tools
The highlighted task path in a Gantt chart helps you understand the relationships between tasks.
Visualize progress across projects, programs, and portfolios by connecting different projects within a single view. Choose the initiatives you want to see and add phases, milestones, and key dates.
Easy-to-use visual user experience
Get started quickly and work intuitively through a simple-to-use and coherent user experience found in many Microsoft 365 apps.
Baselines for better decisions
Use baselines to help you track and compare actual progress to the original project plan.
Use one of the many prebuilt templates from within the Project Online desktop client and on Office.com to get access to best-in-class project plans.
Powerful built-in reports, like Burndown and Resource Overview, can help you gain insights, communicate information to stakeholders, and get actionable insights that can be communicated to shareholders.
Easier collaboration and communication
Use Project and Microsoft Teams to collaborate on a team project, including file sharing, chats, meetings, and much more.
Innovation platformLeverage the Microsoft Power Platform to customize** your project management needs that best suit your organization.
*Microsoft 365 and Office 365 apps such as Microsoft Teams, and OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online are sold separately.
** PowerApps and Microsoft Flow used to create and customize are sold separately.