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Project Schedule

The schedule provides a graphical representation of the tasks (activities) in a project and supports easy planning
Project Gantt Model

What you see in the schedule

The schedule is a task overview with a graphical representation that shows

  • When the activity is scheduled for
  • How its current execution is going
  • The status of the activity (whether it is completed, overdue)

The figure describes the meanings of each element:
Description of one cell of the Gantt model

What the schedule is used for

The main purpose of a schedule is to make planning and managing a project as easy as possible. It allows activities to be easily shifted, interlinked, and scheduled according to the sequences.

The schedule allows you to see comparisons with an older version of the schedule, or even with two different saved versions. This makes it easy to monitor the impact of changes or to check that after replanning the schedule still meets the deadlines agreed with the customer. See the section on baselines for information about saved schedule states.

You can work with tasks in the schedule

Gantt's task list is a full-featured task list. You can switch the schedule to editing and edit directly in the schedule the expected processing time of tasks and other data. Of course, you can automatically schedule part or all of the schedule.

Remember that the system does not schedule by itself, so it won't throw off your agreed-upon deadlines. Only the project manager can run the scheduling function.

Print the schedule for the customer

The schedule supports printing directly by browser functions. Use the print command (CTRL+P) and the entire schedule will print. We recommend setting the print to paper width, or to display only a few columns.

Note: It is not possible to generate the schedule directly to PDF. You must use the browser print and print to PDF.

How to print only the required part of the schedule

You probably don't want to send the customer a schedule with all the details. Therefore, we recommend to wrap up the stages and print only the stage summary.

For projects that follow the project management methodology, you can only display the tasks prescribed by the methodology. Use the task filter Prescribed and only tasks created according to the sample project or from the methodology tasks will be displayed in the schedule. This makes it easy for the auditor to generate a schedule showing the required steps, but without details or steps implemented beyond the required methodology.

Drag & Drop for scheduling

Gantt chart supports schedule editing using Drag & Drop. When you drag a task, the system will offer you to create links to a new task, or include it under another task. This makes it easy to modify the project plan.

How to open the schedule

You can open the schedule from the task list, from the project workspace, or even from the main workbench by using the icon next to the project.

Access the Gantt model from the dashboard:

<img src='/tsk/langs/images/schedule-AccessFromDashboard-en.png' alt='Gantt's project model' style='max-width:20em'>

Access from task overview:

<img src='/tsk/langs/images/schedule-AccessFromTaskList-en.png' alt='Gant's project model' style='max-width:20em'>

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