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H o w t h e Te a m M e m b e r I n t e r a c t s w i t h P r o j e c t S e r v e r
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PWA Home Page, with reminders front and center
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Timesheets This row alerts the team member of any overdue timesheets (typically, one timesheet is due per week) Status Reports Often, project managers or functional managers (resource managers in Project Server) seek recurring status reports on a weekly basis This feature lets the team member know of late status reports and of those that are soon coming due Issues and Risks If the team member has been assigned any issues or risks, these two rows display those that are in active status
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Project Workspaces Web Part
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The bottom half of the page body includes a list of Project Workspaces to which the team member has permission Note that there is a filter dropdown list in the top-right corner that could be set to Owned Workspaces, but for which a typical team member will be completely blank If you change the setting to All Workspaces, the team member will see all the spaces to which he or she has access
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To navigate to a Project Workspace, just select the name of the project from this Web Part and a new browser window will open in the target site There is more discussion of the team member s interaction with the Project Workspace later in this chapter
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Navigation
There can be top navigation from the PWA Home Page, but typically all the navigation is done from the Quick Launch Bar along the page s left side For the team member, the following options are usually displayed: My Work My Tasks My Timesheets Issues and Risks Projects Project Center Resources Resource Center Status Reports Personal Settings
Team Member Assignment and Reporting Process
After the team member receives task notification and navigates to PWA, the time and task updating process begins This section covers the typical way that team members report their progress Note that in Project Server 2007, time reporting and task updating are two different things, and that for the team member to report time to his or her timesheet manager (usually the functional manager) and to update the project manager of task progress, a multistage process is required
Timesheet
Team members use the timesheet to record time It is usually the first step in the reporting process for team members
Creating a Timesheet
Typically the next step is to create a timesheet To do so, navigate to the My Timesheets page from the Quick Launch Bar Usually the dropdown menu on the top-right is set to Current + Last 3 Months, as shown in Figure 22-2 Find the current week and if it displays a status of Not Yet Created, select Click to Create From there, the system goes to the timesheet for the user who created it Under most configurations, it will pre-populate the timesheet with any assignments that are scheduled for the week of the timesheet created In addition, at the bottom of the timesheet is a list of Administrative Time categories, such as Vacation or Sick Time In some cases, organizations may choose timesheet options other than the prepopulate option Other possibilities include not pre-populating the timesheet at all, or instead populating it based on projects rather than current task items
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FIGURE 22-2
Dropdown menu on My Timesheets page
The user records time by entering in the timesheet the hours worked A good practice is for the user to enter time daily and save it, but not submit the timesheet on the day that the user performed the work Enter the time in the timesheet, as shown in Figure 22-3 After entering time into the timesheet, the team member should save the entries by selecting the Save button from the bottom of the page Saving the timesheet does not submit the time to the timesheet manager (who is normally the team member s boss) Rather, it just saves it for further activity (such as later in the week) There is another way to navigate to the timesheet that may be a better option after the working timesheet has been created If the team member navigates to the My Work page from the PWA tag page, it takes them to a combination view featuring three different views: Tasks, Timesheet, and Schedule By selecting the Timesheet option from the top-right corner, as shown in Figure 22-4, the team member has a different way to get to the timesheet This method is preferable in cases where the timesheet is known to have already been created The reason is that the timesheet and the Tasks page are often used during the same session for time and task reporting (you will learn more about this topic later in this chapter) Even after team members have been informed of this navigational path, they often choose to select My Timesheet and then select the current week s timesheet because the label in the navigation My Timesheet is a more obvious tag for locating the timesheet Either path works fine, but the recommended path from a usability perspective is to travel through the My Work page
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