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Learn how to setup your gantt charts, dependencies and plan your work.
The elements of the Gantt Chart
On the left side of the chart is the list of tasks and tasks lists (and all projects in the Portfolio Gantt Chart) with their start and end dates. You can double-click on a task in order to have access to its full details. The right side of the chart is where all the action happens. Here you see the duration of each task, represented by the colored segments (and how many days it w
What are Gantt Charts?
The Gantt Chart is one of the most popular techniques used in project management for scheduling, monitoring, and adjusting projects. The Gantt Chart shows you how activities and tasks are displayed against time, offering answers to critical questions like: What needs to be done? When does a task start and when it's scheduled to be completed? **Which activities
How to export Gantt Charts
In order to export a project's Gantt chart you need to go to Projects → select the desired project → Tasks → Change the view to Gantt Charts → Export as → Print (PDF/print) or export the timeline as an image.
Portfolio Gantt Chart
The Portfolio Gantt Chart acts like a project pipeline, displaying all the project timelines in a single screen. This way, you can easily decide if you should stick with the current ones on hand or take on new projects because of the open capacity. To view all your projects in a Gantt Chart format, go to Projects → choose **Portfolio Gantt Chart !(https://storage.crisp.chat/
How do I create a Gantt Chart?
You can start creating a Gantt Chart by writing down all the tasks of a project. You can do this in either List, Table, or Gantt Chart View. TIP: If you plan to manage a project using the Gantt Chart, it’s good practice to keep the number of tasks under 50, or else it will be much harder to manage. Next, re-order them by the approximate starting date (no need to enter the end and start date yet), this will help you keep the Gantt Chart more organized. For example, if you have a design proj