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Major/minor milestones

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Whats ALL the differences between major/minor milestones? Are they documented somewhere?
Regards Johan
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Kardan08
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Re: Major/minor milestones

Hi, thank you for your question.

The Major Milestones allows you to identify tasks as “major milestones” that appear on the Project Overview page. Major milestones can also be added if the project’s settings have been configured properly. In HP Project Management, you can create major milestones. Microsoft Project does not have this ability. In HP Project Management-controlled mode, major milestones are synchronized as standard milestones in Microsoft Project. 

 

Note: If the project’s Project Fields policy has been set to track major milestones, the Milestones section will only list major milestones. If major milestones have not been specified, all milestones are displayed.

You can be checking more information about it at: HP Project Management User’s Guide

 

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Daniela_G Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Major/minor milestones

Hello @hyllplan

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