7.1.4 Gantt Chart View

The Gantt Chart View is a feature that gives users a graphical representation of a project schedule. The Gantt Chart displays a timeline of all project tasks, their start and end dates, and their duration. This view helps project managers and team members visualize the project's progress and identify potential scheduling conflicts.

The Gantt Chart View also allows users to easily adjust tasks' start and end dates by dragging and dropping them on the timeline. Dependencies between tasks can be defined, and the chart will automatically adjust to reflect any changes made to the schedule. The chart can be customized to show critical path tasks, milestones, and other key project elements.

Additionally, the Gantt Chart View can track task progress and identify any delays or issues that may impact the project timeline. This feature enables project managers to take corrective action to keep the project on track and deliver it on time. Overall, the Gantt Chart View is a powerful project planning, scheduling, and monitoring tool.

In the Gantt chart mode, you can see the below information of tasks of a project,

  • Task Progress

  • Subtask Progress

  • Critical Path

  • Completed Task

  • Completed Subtask

  • Revised Date

Here, you get to choose to see the task's name along with the start date & due date. Just click the ”Show All Tasks” toggle button to do that. You can see the tasks through the month, week or day.

Important Notes:

  • You can see the dependency tasks from here with the connected arrow.

  • You can see the Gantt chart in full-screen mode. To do that, click the Full-screen button in the right corner.

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