Download this example of gantt schedule : ../pdf/example-gantt-chart.pdf
- Accounting for the total number of days per row
- Possibility to indicate the advancement as a percentage of an event.
- Choice of the visual appearance of an event (round, triangular, rectangular edge, arrow).
- Possibility of attach a note, then visible in a help bubble
- Possibility to add a link to each event
- Ease and speed of execution (event movement, schedule shift...)
Create a provisional schedule (without dates)
You also have the possibility to create a planning without notion of time (Week 1, week 2, 3.....); This is very useful for planning in the project phase and then to postpone the planning to a start date once the launch is known.
Unaccounted for task
From the event properties, indicate that a task is not to be counted on the total of the line. Also you can declare unaccounted days or remarkable (for bad weather or public holidays!)
A synthesis bar can be displayed or not when closing a title group or subgroup. This horizontal bar therefore starts at the earliest until the latest.
Progress of tasks
A percentage progress bar can be defined for each event in the schedule. This allows you to define the real progress of a task. To make all these advancements in one click, just right-click on the day (column header) and choose in the contextual menu that will appear[Advance to a date]
Chain of tasks
You can link each event together with a End-Start link. Discover the details of this link function in the following video: