Michael D. Schulze on 30. March 2013
Purchase Merlin 2 Network Bundle to leverage the power of the leading professional project management software for Mac OS X, share your projects and maximize project management across a network.
Price: 999.- Euro / 1.299,00 USD / 899,00 GBP (plus VAT)
Period of sale/offer: 30th March – 31st May 2013
Offer: five Merlin 2 licenses and one Merlin server license
Buy now: http://projectwizards.net/bundle
Merlin is intuitive, easy to use and offers a variety of options to help you plan, take control, collaborate and complete your project successfully.
With adding the Merlin Server you’ll get the ultimate network landscape for enabling professional project management.
Thanks to Merlin Server you can now administer all your projects in one place. Simply start up Merlin Server and select your project folder.
Say goodbye to data chaos as all project files are now fully centralized. Let Merlin Server share the projects you create with a Merlin Mac OS X application.
Regardless of the number of projects, Merlin Server offers following three built-in network services that can be individually activated with a single mouse click.
- Publishing Merlin for Mac OS X
- Publishing Merlin to Web Browsers *
- Publish to Merlin iPhone/iPad
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Vicky Stamatopoulou on 15. July 2011
We have explained in the past how to share your projects with Merlin or Merlin Server for access over a web browser or iOS access. This post and the contained screencast shows how to share a project over your Merlin for Mac OS X application for collaboration with other Merlin users.
To start publishing…
To open the published project…
Screencast of those actions… (more…)
Vicky Stamatopoulou on 7. July 2011
In Merlin you can setup the columns individually. You may switch off the visibility of the per default displayed columns, or choose to display others. You may change their order by drag & drop on the display, and of course change their width.
As soon as you have the desired setup you can save it as a “Column Set”. To do so, ctrl (or right) click the column titles and call “Column Sets > Save…”.
Merlin brings up a dialogue for you to type in the name of the column set. You have the option to save (more…)
Vicky Stamatopoulou on 18. February 2011
With Merlin for Mac OS X you may share projects for concurrent access by other Merlin users.
By an additional license for Merlin for Mac OS X you may enable sharing for concurrent access by users utilizing a supported web browser.
Also iPhone sharing can be enabled in Merlin for Mac OS X. It requires an optional license for Merlin and allows editing and viewing of projects on iOS devices.
Or you install Merlin Server, (more…)
Vicky Stamatopoulou on 1. February 2011
This post shows how to do the same for enabling access by the web browser across networks. But a bit of theory first.
Web sharing on MerlinServer…
And the router usually blocks cross networks connections if not mentioned otherwise
Now to the practical part… (more…)
Vicky Stamatopoulou on 14. October 2010
Collaboration is essential in project management. Merlin supports PMs in their every day work in that it allows collaboration to their projects over 3 kinds of interfaces. Once a project has been shared with either Merlin for Mac OS X or Merlin Server, it may be accessed by other Merlin for Mac OS X applications (acting as clients), supported web browsers or iOS devices.
How does this work?
The short answer is: “easily“. For the longer answer please read here (more…)
Vicky Stamatopoulou on 21. September 2010
In Merlin documentation, online help and various other web spaces one can read how to share projects for the iPhone when using Merlin for Mac OS X. The procedure is straight forwards. You open the projects in Merlin for Mac OS X, you call the publishing dialog by a click onto the yellow horn symbol, and start iPhone sharing.
John Kranz on 20. June 2009
We are often asked by users how one can secure a project they wish to publish using Web-Sharing so that the public will be unable to access it. The follow-on question to this is how permission settings can be set within a given project as well. This user tip covers both questions.