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Overallocations: A Primer

Project defines any time period in which a resource has an Assignment Units value greater than its Max Units value as an overallocation. This means that if two assignments for a resource overlap by even one minute, the resource will be marked as overallocated if the unit's values for the assignments add up to more than the resource's Max Units field. In the following example, Steve has a Max Units value of 100%. You can see that for the 11:00 hour he is assigned to work one hour on two tasks. This means that the sum of the two Assignment Units fields is 200%, which means that he is 200% allocated for the hour of 11:00.


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