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An online Gantt chart to help you stay on track

– goal-driven planning with modernized classic Gantt charts

Keep your plan alive and your team on track with Projectplace’s powerful project planning tools for execution and progress tracking.

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  • Get things done with Gantt charts and Kanban boards
  • Stay in control and track progress in real time
  • End email chaos and keep work and discussions in one place

Looking for version controlled document management, advanced project control and reporting? Try this and lots of other perks in the free trial of Projectplace Enterprise.

What is a Gantt chart?

Using the Projectplace planning approach, project goals and deliverables are broken down into a hierarchy of activities - a Gantt chart. Work items on the hierarchy’s lowest level can be pinned to a team board so that project members can take action. This ensures that every action is directly related to the project goals, thus safeguarding the efficiency of your project. It also makes tracking the progress of project deliverables far easier.

As teams complete their daily work on Kanban boards connected to the project schedule, the true progress is automatically reported back to the chart – providing a highly accessible real-time visualization of how the project is progressing. The time and effort saved by eliminating the need for a separate tool for additional progress reports can instead be focused on the project itself.

Connect the Gantt chart with work on kanban boards

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Plan visually with gantt charts

List your goals, set priorities and hierarchies when needed. Add timestamps to schedule these goals on your project timeline. The timeline gives a graphic representation of the Gantt chart with all its major steps and accomplishments – from inception to completion.

A Gantt chart in Projectplace

Discussions where teams need them 

Enter comments on activities and discuss with other team members. As these conversations take place in the right context, they are easy to find later on. “Why did we postpone this activity?” “What was it that made us decide to reschedule these project steps?” If needed, you can backtrack the history of project events to see which conversation led to which insight.

Gantt chart – but better

The Gantt chart software has been a key tool in project planning and work management since the early twentieth century. Projectplace capitalizes on the strength of the original Gantt chart, but also makes it a lot more useful – by modernizing it and putting it in the right context.

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List and prioritise

List your goals, set priorities and hierarchies when needed.

Add timestamps

Add start and end dates to present your goals on your project timeline.

Visualise your goals

The timeline gives a graphic representation of the project, with all its major steps and accomplishments.

Connect with boards

Pin your work items to a team board, so that project members can take action.

Start your 14-day free trial

  • Get things done with Gantt charts and Kanban boards
  • Stay in control and track progress in real time
  • End email chaos and keep work and discussions in one place

Looking for version controlled document management, advanced project control and reporting? Try this and lots of other perks in the free trial of Projectplace Enterprise.

More powerful features in addition to the Gantt chart