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evanevans 2007-12-25 11:21 PM

Multi-Project Support
 
After reviewing over 50 other PPM (Project Portfolio Management) softwares (online and DLs), I found myself compelled to purchase the OmniPlan OS X app, even though I see it has some deficiencies and is overpriced for what you get.

I'll be forever frustrated with OmniPlan until it can support Multiple Projects natively (without the "task" workaround).

Evan Evans

skwirl 2007-12-26 10:38 PM

[QUOTE=evanevans;29728]After reviewing over 50 other PPM (Project Portfolio Management) softwares (online and DLs), I found myself compelled to purchase the OmniPlan OS X app, even though I see it has some deficiencies and is overpriced for what you get.

I'll be forever frustrated with OmniPlan until it can support Multiple Projects natively (without the "task" workaround).

Evan Evans[/QUOTE]

We would love to see this feature in a later version OmniPlan too. This is definitely on the list of features we're considering for OmniPlan 2.0. :-)

dombi 2008-01-09 03:06 AM

[QUOTE=akwong;29756]We would love to see this feature in a later version OmniPlan too. This is definitely on the list of features we're considering for OmniPlan 2.0. :-)[/QUOTE]

akwong: I need a project management software, now. :-)
I looked at Omni PLan and I really like the interface, the features, but the first thing I noticed was the lack of multi-project support. I started searching online and I found this thread.

How long before 2.0 comes out? Will current users be able to upgrade for free?

If the 2.0 development will take a while, I might have to look somewhere else.

Thanks!

dombi

Lizard 2008-01-09 01:46 PM

We don't pre-announce formal release dates, but I'd guess that the proper time unit to use is 'months', which for you probably translates to 'a while', not 'now'.

Current users will very likely *not* upgrade to 2.0 for free. As a general Omni policy, when the major version number changes (1 -> 2), you need a new license. When a minor version number changes (1.1 -> 1.2) you do not.

darcybrown 2008-01-13 08:14 PM

[QUOTE=evanevans;29728] support Multiple Projects natively (without the "task" workaround) [/QUOTE]

+1 for that feature

JeffAbbott 2008-01-31 03:42 PM

I would also like to see multi-project support.

spiggott 2008-03-10 08:16 AM

Another vote.


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