• Hourly scheduling
• PDF exports
comment from support: have the side bar scroll independently. "when i scroll down, the gantt chart moves as well"
Ensure that the timeline of an item always starts after the date of its Dependency item.
The Tasks should not be overlapping then.
@Zeb marked this as in progress in December. Did it really get demoted to planned or was that a typo when moving it back from completed?
Hey everyone! I apologize, but it looks like we marked this one complete just a bit too early. We are still working on adding more features to the Gantt chart soon, and I'll let you know as soon as they have been released.
@Jorgen: Thanks. We are also having a problem where the subtasks are not grouped under their main task, so it's a bit confusing which subtasks are supposed to be together.
Hey, everyone! I'm happy to let you know that we've released Gantt Charts v2! Let me know if you have any questions, and have a great day!
@Nate: amazing! Can’t wait to check it out!
@Nate: Hey Nate. Could you please feedback to the team that it would be great to get visibility toggles for Gantt charts on a List and Folder level.
It's useful to be able to click on a Space and see all individual charts within that (i.e., for each folder and each list within that folder). But some folders and lists don't need their own chart.
For example, I have due dates on tasks within a list, but have not specifically made a Gantt chart view for it. It still gets displayed as a Gantt chart (which makes sense), but I do not need to see it, as I am only Gantt chart tracking certain lists and folders. So, instead, it just clutters up my overall Space Gantt view.
If we had a toggle within the Gannt view, for any and every individual item, it would be very useful, as we could turn off the things that aren't relevant, but keep things in view that are.
Does that make sense?
Is there any way to show closed tasks in Gantt View in 2.0?
Not sure if it's been mentioned before but at the moment you can't use commands in Gantt view like you can from the list view, that would be a useful addition when adding tasks.
I would really like there to be a toggle/visibility button for each Folder and List in Gantt charts.
When I click on a Space and look at its "high-level" Gantt chart, I do indeed want the ability to see all Folder's and List's individual Gantts underneath it, as currently happens in 2.0. But it can get really messy and overwhelming, and most of the time, I only want to see a high-level view of a few Folders + Lists at the same time.
It would be great to be able to toggle each Folder's/List's visibility on and off when you are looking at a high-level Gantt chart, so you can see just a few at the same time as desired.
- make the Gantt more visually appealing
- undo button
- option to freeze a scenario and continue working with different Gantt scenarios and revert back to a frozen scenario (this is different from undo as this would allow me to go back a number of steps at once)
- option to see resource work distribution in Gantt and/or to switch to Resources Gantt view
- time estimates for any given day displayed in the Gantt view
- read only Gantt view that can be made public
- allow Guests to see Gantt view and to comment on tasks from Gantt view
- would love to have a read only Gantt view on mobile
- option to add vertical swim lanes / markers with custom text
- switch directly to Gantt view from the custom view built in list and stay on the same level that I was in previously in the custom list view (display only tasks with an option to group per list and / tags )
- ability to flag tasks / bars to call increased attention to that bar
- would love to have a floating mini version of a Gantt view docked to the lower right hand corner of the page, so that I can go to a different view/page in CU and use this mini Gantt view as a reference during conversation
We need some different sort options too - perhaps even a manual sort (drag and drop handles)
Typically you don't want items to be sorted by status, and subtasks should be sorted only within their main task, otherwise you end up with a huge mess.
The Gantt view is great, but hugely limited by some of its quirks.