1. Quickly Get Started with your Project: Get started quickly with a familiar experience that improves participation and helps teams get more done.

Use the new visual metro style user interface in Project Web App (PWA), your web app to access Project Server, to quickly begin or flex project portfolio management capabilities.


2. Automatic Scheduling: In Project Server 2010, users had to click on the calculate button to reschedule their tasks which is not the case with the new version. With Project Server 2013, schedules get updated automatically.

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3. Better Reporting: Microsoft has tested a lot around the reporting feature in Project Server 2013. The significant improvement around thereporting feature is the introduction of oData feeds that offer access to Project Server reporting data via an URL. REST feeds were included in Project Server 2010, but it was only to derive content from SharePoint in the Project Web App site. However, with Project Server 2013, these feeds also offer you actual Project Server reporting data such as project, assignment and task lists.


4. Quickly Promote a SharePoint Task List to an Enterprise Project in PWA: Better manage your project pipeline and what your people are working on by capturing your team’s ideas in SharePoint task lists and measuring them in PWA.


5. Utilize Active Directory (AD) synchronization in PWA: The Active Directory synchronization feature allows you to choose from the AD group that contains the teams you want to assign to projects.


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