Showing successor task names in MS Project

Project Management Asked by Hedge on December 12, 2021

I’m new to MS Project. I have a view where I want to get a list of successors for a list of tasks. I’ve added the Successors column and that gives me the list I want, but it’s their unique IDs. Is there a way to get the same list but it’s their task names instead of their unique IDs?

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With the Task Form shown in the bottom pane, right-click on any part of the Task Form and select "Predecessors and Successors." The list of task successor relationships will be shown on the right side of the form.

Answered by Tom Boyle on December 12, 2021

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