Project Insight, an online project management software provider, has added the ability to import user lists from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, making list building a far more simple affair.
Part of Project Insight’s 9.2 release, this feature eliminates the tedium of entering team members’ names one at a time. Plus, by importing user lists from Excel, business-minded users shorten the time it takes to get new project team members in Project Insight.
When administrators export Excel templates from Project Insight, they’ll discover a “Default User Import” option. However, administrators may utilize the “Display Options” to add or remove columns, thus creating a customized Excel template for use with the import. Once a list has been imported into the project management system, the administrator validates the list before officially saving it to the system in order to ensure an accurate import.
“Listening to our customers’ requests and feedback is a huge focus when we develop our software. This added feature is just another example of how we focus on making Project Insight the most usable project solution in the mid-market,” said Jeff Berkel, COO of Project Insight.
Project Insight touts its Web-based project management software as being “powerful for project managers, easy for everyone.” Project Insight 9.0 offers three editions for flexible, scalable project management: hosted Workgroup, Professional, and Enterprise (an on-premise or installed option is available with the Enterprise edition). Project Insight’s project management software follows Project Management Institute, Inc.’s (PMI) standards, and is compliant with the PMBOK Guide (A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge).
Project Insight is compatible with the following Web browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 3.5+, and Safari 3.2.1+. The company also offers Microsoft Outlook Connector, Office Connector add-ons, and a mobile interface.
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