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New Feedback Portal!
Beginning in 2021, you can give feedback directly to the Project engineering team through the new Feedback Portal. Submit both private and public feedback, track the status of your feedback, and interact with the engineering team directly to get updates on new features & bug fixes.
Check out the Microsoft Teams announcement of their feedback portal for more information.
- Critical Path: Users with Project Plan 3 & Project Plan 5 subscriptions are able to highlight the critical tasks that affect their project's finish date in the Timeline view.
- Checklists: Starting in November, users will be able to add checklist items to their tasks in Project for the web.
- Labels: Starting in December, users will be able to add 25 different colored labels to their tasks in Project for the web.
- Microsoft Teams Conversations for tasks: Add a Teams conversation to discuss a specific task with your team and tag your teammates in tasks within the Project app in Teams.
Q: Users can add a project to their teams in Microsoft Teams. When was Teams originally launched?
A: Microsoft Teams was launched on March 14th, 2017
Q: Microsoft Project for the web released a new critical path feature for P3 and P5 users this month. Can your project have multiple critical paths at one time?