Within Teamwork.com, you can view and manage each of your projects in a Gantt chart, giving a graphical timeline representation of your project.
To access the Gantt chart view, go to the Gantt tab of your project. Alternatively, you can press G on your keyboard while viewing any area of the project.
A column showing your task lists, tasks, subtasks and any attached milestones.
A completion percentage here tracks the progress when you complete tasks while viewing the Gantt chart - if you use the button at the top to show completed tasks too, this will update to show the overall completion based on tasks already completed.
You can collapse and expand each task list using the arrow to the left of the task list name.
- Timeline - this is at the
top of the chart, showing months and
days. Weekends are highlighted in
- Tasks - represented
by coloured bars, the colour is
associated with a person on the
project automatically when they are
invited and is fixed.
- Tasks are grouped together
into task lists, which have
a grey bracket above
each to show the earliest
start date and latest due date
of any task on the
- Next to each task, you'll see the
name of the person assigned and
the duration (this is the
difference between the start date
and due date, and includes weekend
- Lines with arrows from one task to
- Milestones - shown as an
orange diamond at the bottom of their
attached task list, on the day that
they are due. Only Milestones which
are attached to a task list will
show on the Gantt chart.
You can move around the chart by grabbing and dragging the main area, zoom in and out by scrolling or using the buttons at the top, or use the 'Show All' button to automatically zoom and centre the full chart in one view.
The print button launches the print window with the current view of your Gantt chart.
Use the Show Completed button to include completed tasks in the chart, these will be shown in grey and cannot be edited in this view.
Enable the Auto Save option to make sure your changes are automatically saved regularly while you work in the Gantt chart view, and use the Exit button to close the Gantt chart and go back to the List area of the project.
For more information, see: Gantt Chart