Plan projects, track status, and collaborate with others
Project Professional 2019 provides flexible features that help you plan projects, track status, and collaborate with others from virtually anywhere.
Use pre-built Project templates make sure you get your projects started quickly and on the right path.
The Getting Started screen walks you through fundamental capabilities, like linking tasks and creating a timeline, to help you get up to speed fast.
Use one of the many pre-built templates from within Project Professional and on Office.com to get access to best-in-class project plans.
Use the Tell Me search bar—standard across most Office products—to quickly find useful features in Project so you can work more efficiently.
Reduce inefficiencies with automated features. Auto-populate start and end dates based on dependencies, and use the Task Inspector to identify more efficient task and resource arrangements.
You can use baselines to help decision makers track and compare actual progress to the original project plan.
Skype for Business
Integrated communication tools like Skype for Business (sold separately) make it easy to collaborate using voice, video, or chat within Project, eliminating the need to switch between apps.
Easily copy information from Project and paste it into familiar Office applications like PowerPoint and Word. And OneDrive for Business provides handy storage for project artifacts.
Create a dedicated project site to share information—status updates, conversations, and project timelines—so team members stay informed.
Sync with Project Server 2019
Sync Project Professional 2019 schedules with Project Online Premium and Project Server 2019.
Built for professional project managers, Project Professional offers familiar tools, like Gantt charts, to help you easily create schedules and reduce training time.
Built-in multiple timelines help you visually represent complex schedules and understand all aspects of a project. Easily share timelines using familiar Office tools like PowerPoint (Office, including PowerPoint, is sold separately).
Task path highlighting in Gantt charts helps you understand the relationship among tasks and identify which are most critical to the project’s success.
Set tasks to “inactive” and run what-if scenarios to determine the best-fit assignments without re-creating your entire project plan.
Consolidate all your potential project resources in a single view so that resource managers can compare resources across standardized data to build best-fit teams.
Powerful built-in reports, like Burndown and Resource Overview, can help you gain insights, communicate information to stakeholders, and achieve results.
Microsoft account required.