In this video, learn how to customize the Resource Graph to show one resource's allocation as well as the work allocation for a group of resources. Specify the group of resources by applying a filter to the Resource Graph.
- [Bonnie] Here's another tip…for using Microsoft Project.…I'm Bonnie Biafore.…This week, we'll look at customizing…the resource graph to compare allocation…for a selected resource to a group of resources.…We're going to start by displaying…the resource graph in the primary pane of the view.…To do that, go to the View tab,…and in the Resource Views section,…click Other Views, then choose Resource Graph…on the drop down list.…
What we want to do in this view is to start…by filtering it so that we're only looking…at the resources, in this case,…in the marketing group.…On the View tab, click the down arrow…in the filter box, and choose the Group filter.…This project has resources in a marketing group.…I'm going to type that group name in the box…and click OK.…And when I do that, now you can see that…on the left side, when I scroll through,…it's only showing the three people…in the marketing group.…
In addition, the resource graph shows…the allocation on the right side.…So we can see the marketing lead has work allocated…
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