Visualize Your Project Timelines using the Gantt Chart

John Reeve | April 10th, 2020 | ,

Intervals provides a suite of tools designed to help you get organized and stay on top of your projects and tasks. There are calendars, list views, dashboards, and reports — all of which provide different levels of visual insights into your ongoing workflow.

The Gantt Chart is one of those tools, and it’s ideal for high level project planning. It works by displaying your projects, milestones, and tasks on a timeline using the filters you apply. For example, you can view all of your projects at once for a 10,000 foot perspective of your current workload, or drill down into a single project to see what tasks are due next.

And, the Gantt Chart is interactive, so you can drag tasks and milestones to reschedule them or change their duration. The Gantt chart is a great way to review your projects and make any changes needed to hit the project deadline.

Watch the video above to learn more.

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