MS Project for the Web
Project for the web is Microsoft's most recent offering for cloud-based work and project management. Project for the web provides simple, powerful work management capabilities and can be used by project managers and team members to plan and manage work of any size.
Project for the web is part of the Microsoft Project product family, which includes Project Online Desktop Client, Project Online, Project Server, and Project desktop. Project for the web (or simply Project) is built on the Microsoft Power Platform and includes the following:
- Project Home
- A new project management experience that is easy-to-use, web-based, and especially created for informal project managers
How do I get Project for the web?
Project for the web is available in all three Project subscriptions:
- Project Plan 1
- Project Plan 3 (formerly Project Online Professional)
- Project Plan 3 for Students
- Project Plan 3 for Faculty
- Project Plan 5 (formerly Project Online Premium)
- Project Plan 5 for Students
- Project Plan 5 for Faculty
If your organization has already purchased Project for the web, you can access it at project.microsoft.com.
Can I turn off Project for the web so my users can’t access it?
A Project admin can turn off Project for the web or Roadmap for all users in their organization through the Project settings in the Microsoft 365 admin center.
A Project admin can also turn off Project for the web for individual users by turning off the service plan for these user. Note that turning off Project for the web this way will also turn off Roadmap for these users.
Is Project for the web be available for the Government Community Cloud (GCC)?
At this time, Project for the web is not offered for the Government Community Cloud (GCC). However, we are committed to offering Project for the web to all our customers and making it available in the future. You can contact your Microsoft representative for more information or visit the Microsoft 365 Roadmap for upcoming updates and releases.