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Wait, so what is Project Online?
Project Online is a collaboration tool that can be used to save, view, and edit project plans, enter your timesheets, report your project status, and report across your portfolio of plans, all with the benefit of SharePoint.
If you are looking for a richer project planning experience, you might also consider subscribing to Project Pro for Office 365. This desktop application can connect to Project Online for even more detailed project planning.
To be clear, Project Online is NOT a web-based version of Project Professional 2013. Project Online is an entirely separate service that offers full portfolio and project management tools on the Web. It includes Project Web App, and can, if you’re a subscriber, include Project Pro for Office 365.
There are several ways to get help with Project Online. The Office.com and TechNet Web sites are great resources for information about using Project Online. Take a look through the list of Project Online topics on Office.com, or search for Project Online content.
You may also find it helpful to post your questions and issues on a discussion forum. The discussion forums tend to be very active, which make them a great resource for finding others who may have worked through similar issues, or encountered the same situation.