Visual planning on the Gantt chart

In Project Office you can edit tasks in a few different ways: on Gantt chart, in Task inspector, in editor menu, in table view, on tool bar, using shortcuts. Each of the ways has its peculiarities. For example, when you choose a task bar, controls for manipulating the task appear.


Mac

Scaling Gantt chart Project Office offers 3 ways to scale the Gantt chart view. You can choose which is best for you: in chart’s header area; using keyboard shortcuts; using mouse.


Rescheduling tasks To reschedule tasks in your project you can choose the way which is best for you: on Gantt chart, in Task inspector or in table view.


Changing tasks duration To change tasks duration you can choose the way which is best for you: on Gantt chart, in Task inspector or in table view.


Changing task completion percent Project Office offers 5 different ways you can use to change completion percent. You can choose which is best for you: on Gantt chart, in Task inspector, in editor menu, in table view or using keyboard shortcuts.


Drawing connection lines Project Office offers 5 different ways you can use to add and remove connections between tasks. You can choose which is best for you: on Gantt chart, in Task inspector, in editor menu, in table view or on tool bar.


Find out more on how to manage tasks in our how-to video >



iOS

Scaling Gantt chart

To scale the Gantt chart view use a pinch gesture to zoom.




Rescheduling tasks

To reschedule tasks on Gantt chart select the task and drag the task’s left handle to the right to schedule task for future, or left to schedule task for earlier date.



Changing tasks duration

To change tasks duration on Gantt chart select the task and drag the task’s right handle to the right to increase task duration, or drag the task’s right handle to the left to decrease task duration.


Changing tasks completion percent

To change task completion percent on Gantt chart select the task and move the slider along to the task’s completion percentage.





Drawing connection lines

When the task is selected, dependency arrows at either side of the task bar are placed.

Dragging the right task arrow of one task to the beginning of another creates a Finish-Start dependency. Dragging the right task arrow of one task to the finish of another creates a Finish-Finish dependency.

Dragging the left task arrow of one task to the beginning of another creates a Start-Start dependency. Dragging the left task arrow of one task to the finish of another creates a Start-Finish dependency.


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