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Interface for Projects: Itask, MS Project and Liquid Planner

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    • jnhearne
    • Jul 9th 2009 edited @ 07/09/2009 10:44 am
     

    Currently I have a client that is managing a project that is huge and involves many of our departments. They are using a project Management tool that is not web friendly. - iTaskX It get's zero points for it's Web-i-tude.

    iTaskX (below)



    Liquid Planner



    However, This kind of Layout is super beneficial for keeping all tasks in check within a given deadline.

    Can we get something like this going?

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    So I guess no response means you are working on something like this? :)
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    jhearne,

    We have something on the road map that's similar to this. It's currently being developed and we're calling it the Periscope report.

    Jaime

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    Good to know.
    • jnhearne
    • Nov 12th 2009 edited @ 11/12/2009 10:49 am
     
    Periscope has a lot of potential. After reading your blog about adding Task and Milestone info (GREAT!) I was curious to know how much functionality do you intend on adding. Is it going to be a Read-Only report? or will you be able to interactively create tasks within pericsope. Maybe eventually we could have the ability to color the tasks, slide them around, and group them.
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    For now we intend on adding milestones and tasks to the periscope and leaving it as a read only report. Meanwhile, the best way to move tasks around is to drag them around on the calendar page.

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