Conditional Import for OnePager Live Beta 2

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7.18.1-OPL2 from 7.18.1-60 7/13/2017

In OnePager Pro and Express version 6.0, you still have the traditional Select-All and Yes/No ways of selecting rows. But now you have a new Conditional Import Filters engine that can turn more general conditional rules into "Yes" or "No" decisions that select rows.

This approach for controlling the import of Microsoft Project/Excel source plan rows is quite flexible.

The articles in this Conditional Import Filters series explain how you can use Conditional Import Filters to simplify the import of source plan data into OnePager and increase your flexibility for selecting task and milestones to appear in project views.

Links to Conditional Import Filters Detailed Articles

If you first would like to see some examples of how Conditional Import Filters can be used, please read the material at this link: Conditional Import Filters for OnePager .

For those who would like to get started right away using Conditional Import Filters, the links immediately below take you to detailed information:

Conditional Import Filters for OnePager Pro Add-in Conditional Import Filters for OnePager Express Add-in
Conditional Import Filters for OnePager Pro Desktop Conditional Import Filters for OnePager Express Desktop

Related Links:

Basic Workflows (Portal)

Conditional Formatting (Portal)

Using the OnePager "Data" Tab's "Selected file(s)" Button

OnePager Express Import of Data from Microsoft Excel

Message to Assist with Setting Import Flags When No Data Are Imported

Understanding Project Views and Snapshots for OnePager Live