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Project for the web is the modern and recommended version of Project, a web-based tool for creating projects and roadmaps, tracking progress, and managing tasks and assignments.
Get started using accessible features in Project for the web
Work with projects, roadmaps, and views in Project for the web
Work with roadmaps in Project for the web
Project Online is the classic online version of Project, a web-based tool for managing multiple projects, tracking progress, and balancing resource needs.