Gantt Chart will provide you, a bird’s eye view of the tasks in you project. Here you can schedule your task and plan it easily.
Gantt chart provides you the pictorial view on Tasks.
Each Task is listed within its time frame. You can edit the duration of the task by dragging between the date frame.
The color of the task bar represents the Task status, which will change on changing the status. Parent Tasks are represented by grey bar.
Current date is indicated by a blue dotted line.
Project Milestones are represented in Black Diamond shape. If the targeted date of milestone exceeds, it will be indicated in Red Diamond shape.
You can zoom in and zoom out the gantt chart with Weekly, Monthly, Half yearly views.
Assigning Task Dependencies
Predecessor helps you to indicate task dependencies in which activities need to be performed.
|Finish to Start||FS||Predecessor must finish before Successor can start.(default)|
|Start to Start||SS||Predecessor must start before Successor can start.|
|Finish to Finish||FF||Predecessor must finish before Successor can finish.|
|Start to Finish||SF||Predecessor must start before Successor can finish.|
Predecessors dependency types
|FS||1FS||Task 1 must be finished to start the Successor task.|
|FS||2FS+3||Successor task can start after 3 days from completion of Task 2.|
|FS||2FS-5||Successor can start before 5 days to the completion of Task 2.|
|SS||1SS||Task 1 must be started to start the Successor task.|
|SS||4SS+6||Task 4 should start 6 days before commencement of Successor.|
|SS||4SS-2||Task 4 should start after 2 days from the commencement of successor.|
|FF||1FF||Task 1 must be finished to finish its Successor task.|
|FF||5FF+3||Task 5 should finish before 3 days to the completion of its succesor.|
|FF||5FF-1||Task 5 should finish 3 days after the completion of its successor.|
|SF||1SF||Task 1 must be started to finish its Successor task.|
|SF||3SF+2||Task 3 row task can start before 2 days to the completion of its successor.|
|SF||3SF-3||Task 3 can start after 3 days from the completion of its successor.|