[New Release] Give the Gift of Shareable Gantt Charts
After launching our interactive Gantt view, we’re back with even more Gantt view enhancements! In a single click, you can now share your Gantt chart with your clients or stakeholders, add or remove task dependency lines right in the Gantt view, and auto-assign tasks to team members.
Spread the Love with Shareable Gantt Charts
A key part of keeping a project flowing smoothly from start to finish is providing visibility into which tasks need to get done, and when they need to get done by. With this release you have three options to share the whole schedule or only certain tasks:
- Create a shareable URL
- Download a PDF version
- Export a spreadsheet of the task list
Create a Simple Picture Out of a Complex Project
Having to make changes to a project timeline is inevitable. With this in mind, we built Gantt charts in fp. to be flexible and intuitive so you can quickly make changes to your project in a single click.
If a task is taking longer than planned or a phase of work needs to be completely rescheduled, you can now create and remove dependency lines right in the Gantt view, all while preserving the time between the predecessor and dependent tasks.
Gantt Brings Hassle-free Task Management
This latest release also makes managing everyone’s tasks in a schedule a lot easier. As soon as a predecessor task is marked as “complete,” the status of its dependent task changes to “assigned” and the assignee is notified, ensuring that everyone involved knows how the project is progressing.
Getting Started with Interactive Gantt
Login and navigate to any Schedule in your system and click the ‘Gantt View’ button. If you don’t have a Function Point account, take a test drive through Function Point to try out our interactive Gantt.
Tell Us What You Think
We love receiving feedback from our customers, so if you have ideas, insights, or inquiries, let us know!
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