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MS Project: Set Percent Complete from Sprint and Kanban Views in MS Project
Posted on Sunday, May 06 @ 21:51:02 CDT by webadmin

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Set percent complete from a task board

In Project Online Desktop Client, the Set % Complete field in Task Board, Sprint, and Kanban views allows you to update percent complete for tasks when you move them from column to column. This percent complete will persist in your Gantt Chart view as well.

To use Set % Complete:

  1. Open a Project file and on the View tab, choose Task Board.

    You can also use Set % Complete in a Sprint or Kanban board. 

  2. On the task board, select Set % Complete below a column name and enter a value, such as 50.

    Screenshot of the Task Board, with the cursor entering the number 50 for % Complete
  3. Move a task into that column.

    Screenshot of moving a task from one Task Board column to another.

    When you open the task, you'll see that the Percent complete for that task now matches the column's percent complete.

    Screenshot of a task's Task Details dialog showing Percent complete

To hide Set % Complete from your Task Board view:

  • On the Task Board Tools: Format tab, clear the Show % Complete Mapping check box.


For more on how to use these, see Use agile in Microsoft Project Online Desktop Client.





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