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Old 10-26-2006, 01:21 PM
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Does anyone have any ideas on how we can encourage PMKB members to post more reviews of books and software?

Is the process confusing? Are you too intimidated to post your thoughts?

The review database has the potential to become a really valuable resource, but it needs your help!
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Old 08-23-2007, 09:21 PM
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In order to write a review, you need to register an account in the forum. Then go to the reviews database and find a software product that you have some experience with (like perhaps P3 or Microsoft Project) and click the Add a review link. Then fill in the form including your forum username and password.
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Which is the best site for software reviews?
All of the many sites that I know guys are biased.... cnet, toptenreviews, and so on. I mean Software reviews have just become like Bollywood films reviews.... believe them and get busted. So guys please help me.... really stuck on this one....
Ah... and many thanks for the answers to the previous question...
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All reviews will reflect a bias from the author. The review system we have here is intended to aggregate many different reviews and provide a measure of industry opinion by averaging them. We need more members to post their thoughts though for it to really work well.
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To get S-curve in Msp follow the below mentioned steps..

1. Go to View
2.Click Resource Graph
3.Right click in Resource Graph sheet
4.Choose Bar Styles
5.Then in Resource filltered choose bar
6 In allocated choose line
now you get s-curve... Before that make sure you have allocated resources to each activity
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Default Plan your Work and Work your Plan

http://www.OfficeTimer.com

OfficeTimer is an absolutely FREE online timesheet and online project management application that helps to track employee time, project time, task time and expenses.

It helps to delegate and track tasks and manage the projects effectively. It is very easy to use and all the features can be customized.

The application’s default user interface language can be set to any of the following languages: English, German, French, Chinese, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Swedish, Portuguese and Norwegian.

Officetimer supports creation of unlimited users, clients, projects, tasks, milestones, attachments etc.,

All these for absolutely free, only on http://www.OfficeTimer.com
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