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What data tokens can be used when creating a custom PowerPoint Slide?

A data token is a text entry on the slide that links to data in PowerSteering. For example, the data token {Custom1.WorkID} will produce the project ID of a work item on the slide when the PowerPoint template is used. Each data token must be in its own text placeholder or cell of a table on the PowerPoint slide.

The list of available tokens is below. If a token requires an explicit object name, the object is enclosed in $. For example, the token {Custom1.WorkGateStatus[$GATE_NAME$]} should be entered in the PowerPoint template file with an explicit gate name. The finished token might be {Custom1.WorkGateStatus[Define]}, which would show the status of the Define gate.

Data Token Will Display Example
{Custom1.WorkActiveGate} For gated work, the name of the active gate.
{Custom1.WorkActualDuration} For completed work, the work's actual duration.
{Custom1.WorkActualEnd} For completed work, the work's actual end date.
{Custom1.WorkActualStart} The work's actual start date.
{Custom1.WorkChampions} Names of the users assigned as the work's champions. Note: Champion is a replaceable term in PowerSteering. This term may appear differently on your PowerSteering site.
{Custom1.WorkCustomField250[$CUSTOM_FIELD_NAME$]} The first 250 characters of the specified custom field entry. {Custom1.WorkCustomField250[Background and Overview]}
{Custom1.WorkCustomFieldFull[$CUSTOM_FIELD_NAME$]} The specified custom field entry in its entirety. {Custom1.WorkCustomFieldFull[Background and Overview]}
{Custom1.WorkDeliverablesAllGates} For gated work, the names of all deliverables.
{Custom1.WorkGateDeliverables[$GATE_NAME$]} For gated work, the names of all deliverables for the specified gate. {Custom1.WorkGateDeliverables[Scoping]}
{Custom1.WorkGateEndDate[$GATE_NAME$]} For gated work, the system/scheduled end date for the specified gate. {Custom1.WorkGateEndDate[Acceptance]}
{Custom1.WorkGateMilestones[$GATE_NAME$]} For gated work, the name of all milestones associated with the specified gate. {Custom1.WorkGateMilestones[Acceptance]}
{Custom1.WorkGateOwner[$GATE_NAME$]} For gated work, the name of the user assigned as the specified gate's owner. {Custom1.WorkGateOwner[Scoping]}
{Custom1.WorkGateStartDate[$GATE_NAME$]} For gated work, the system/scheduled start date for the specified gate. {Custom1.WorkGateStartDate[Execute]}
{Custom1.WorkGateStatus[$GATE_NAME$]} For gated work, the status of the specified gate. {Custom1.WorkGateStatus[Execute]}
{Custom1.WorkID} The work's PowerSteering ID.
{Custom1.WorkName} The work's name.
{Custom1.WorkObjective250} The first 250 characters of the work's Objective field entry.
{Custom1.WorkObjectiveFull} The work's Objective field entry in its entirety.
{Custom1.WorkOwner} The name of the user assigned as the work's owner.
{Custom1.WorkPercentComplete} The % complete for the work.
{Custom1.WorkPlannedDuration} The work's planned/constraint duration.
{Custom1.WorkPlannedEnd} The work's planned/constraint end date.
{Custom1.WorkPlannedStart} The work's planned/constraint start date.
{Custom1.WorkPriority} The work's priority.
{Custom1.WorkRole[$ROLE_NAME$]} The name of the users assigned to the specified role. {Custom1.WorkRole[Finance]}
{Custom1.WorkScheduledDuration} The work's system/scheduled duration.
{Custom1.WorkScheduledEnd} The work's system/scheduled end date.
{Custom1.WorkScheduledStart} TThe work's system/scheduled start date.
{Custom1.WorkSequenceNumber} The work's sequence number.
{Custom1.WorkStatus} The work's status.
{Custom1.WorkStatusDate} The date that the work's status was last changed.
{Custom1.WorkStatusReportCustomField[$CUSTOM_FIELD_NAMES$]} For status reports, the value of the specified tag. {Custom1.WorkStatusReportCustomField[Project Maintenance for Status Report]}
{Custom1.WorkTag[$TAG_NAME$]} The value for the specified tag. {Custom1.WorkTag[Alignment]}

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