OnePlan Release Notes - October 28, 2022

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The OnePlan team is pleased to announce the latest release of OnePlan.  Check out what's new and enhanced in this release!  

Portfolio Modeler

  • The visualizer is now available from within the modeler.  You can visualize dependencies and associations across plans in your model.
  • The compare option has been transformed into the analyze option.  You can now compare scenarios and the details of each plan in each scenario.
  • You can now export the resource plan grid data to excel (XLSX or CSV).
  • If you create a new plan that meets the filter requirements of your model, it will automatically be imported into your model.  It will be unchecked and added to the bottom of the "out" section until you move it in to select it.
  • Resource plan filters will now be saved when saving views in the modeler.
  • You can add plan level fields into the financial pivot table.  As you make adjustments to your model the pivot table financials will update accordingly.
  • You can now open the plan quick edit to easily modify plan details as needed from the modeler.
  • The minimum Estimated Start and the maximum Estimated End dates will now roll up to the In, Out, and Target groupings.
  • When creating a model, only the cost types selected will show in the financials grid.


  • You can now add an Azure Active Directory group to OnePlan to easily give access to a large group of users.  This allows for giving many people in your organization the requestor permission without having to add them one by one.  They will be created as users, but will not be resources (assignable to work, resource plans, etc.).

Azure DevOps Integration

  • You can now connect multiple Azure DevOps organizations to a single OnePlan group.  This allows for consolidating multiple teams / organizations into one group for status reporting, time tracking, resource management, etc.
  • The work plan backlog connection screen has been updated.  You can now select the Team Project / Area path from the connection screen instead of using the plan level field on the details page.  If you have multiple organizations connected, you will first need to select the DevOps organization you wish to connect to.
  • Backlog fields that have been mapped and set to bi-directional, or from OnePlan to DevOps will now be editable.  Previously only fields that were not mapped would be editable after the initial sync. This currently only applies to the DevOps Epic integration (not the hierarchy or team project integrations).  The field must also not be set to read only in the OnePlan work field configuration settings.

Work Planner

  • You can now filter on the total slack column.  Filtering on total slack equals 0 will now show the items on the critical path.

Project Connect

  • You can now map a Project Desktop field to the OnePlan out of the box notes field.  Previously you could only map it to custom OnePlan multi-text fields.
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