A new Blog home for Project Support!

This post has been republished via RSS; it originally appeared at: MSDN Blogs.

You may have noticed recently that the Project Support blog on TechNet has gone away – and you may even have seen an “Oops! That page can’t be found.” message.  The good news is that the content is mostly moved over to a brand new Blog at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Project-Support-Blog/bg-p/ProjectSupport.  Be warned that the migration will have left us with some bad links in the migrated posts and I will try and fix the more obvious ones by making some edits – but for now you may need to search again on the title from the Url and all should be good once our SEO kicks in.  In an ideal world I would have also updated some of the articles at least mentioning that the topic still applies to the more recent releases – but time didn’t allow for that.  We will also be getting up to date with the recent updates in February and March 2019 now we are migrated – and the full pages of updates for each release should also appear over the next few days (You might find a cached version through your search engine in the meantime).


The MSDN blog (the BriSmith one) will also be migrating in the next few months, and content will be split between this blog, the Project one at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Project-Blog/bg-p/ProjectBlog and the Planner blog at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Planner-Blog/bg-p/PlannerBlog depending on the topic.

In deciding which posts to migrate I looked at activity as well as the dates, but there were still some older posts that had valuable information for that very precise issue that not many people might hit – but will be glad to find the post if they do!  If one of your favourite links appears to have not been lost and not in the new blog then feel free to contact me – I can probably find it.  Also another casualy of the move were the great comments that many of you may have contributed over the years.  I do plan on seeing if I can incorporate some of best of these in the body of the appropriate post.

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