Several people can work on the same project or tasks using sync to a hub file located on LAN or your FTP.
MLO enables small and medium-sized teams to efficiently collaborate on projects and tasks by using the synchronization feature. Managers can use this feature to centrally manage and track projects. Team members can use the synchronization functionality to report on the progress of assigned tasks and ensure that changes they made to their tasks are shared with the entire team.
To successfully collaborate using MLO, the team members must perform the following steps depending on their role within the team.
|1.||Create an MLO data file and add tasks and subtasks to the file to represent a hierarchy of projects and related tasks.|
|2.||Create another data file in an appropriate location on the LAN or on an FTP server. This data file is used as a shared database file which serves the sync hub.|
|3.||Add a Synchronization Profile to be able to synchronize his or her data file with an MLO file located on the LAN or an FTP server.|
|4.||Synchronize his or her MLO data file with the one located on the LAN or an FTP server.|
The manager can get the most up-to-date information on the progress of the assigned tasks and thus calculate the percentage completion for the entire project by regularly synchronizing his or her file with the one located on the LAN or a FTP server.
|1.||Create an MLO data file.|
|2.||Add a Synchronization Profile to be able to synchronize his or her data file with the MLO file located on the LAN or a FTP server.|
|3.||Synchronize his or her MLO data file with the one located on the LAN or an FTP server.|
The team members can report to the manager on the current progress of the assigned tasks by synchronizing his or her file with the one on the LAN or an FTP server at agreed intervals.