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Gantt Chart Basics - Navigating in Gantt Chart view
Gantt Chart Basics - Navigating in Gantt Chart view
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  1. Click on the Gantt tab from the left column to view the Gantt chart of the schedule.

  2. Gantt chart is divided into two sections

    1. Left Pane

    2. Bar Chart Section

  3. Activity names are listed out along with durations, start dates, end dates and Total Float in the Left Pane.

  4. The Left Pane window can be expanded and collapsed by holding the windows pane and dragging it left and right

  5. Use the scroll bar at the bottom of the Left Pane to scroll left and right

  6. Left pane can be hidden by using the 'Hide Left Pane' button and from the Gantt Display Options at the bottom right

  7. To expand or collapse activities in a group, navigate to the group name in the Left Pane and click on it. Groups can also be expanded and collapsed by clicking on the arrow in the. group bar in the bar chart section. If the activities in the group are collapsed, they will be expanded with the arrow pointing down.

  8. To change the time scale of the Gantt, navigate to the bottom right of the screen and click on '+' or '-' to expand or shrink the time scale

  9. To turn connection links between activities on or off, click the connection arrow icon in the bottom right.

  10. You can view Total float, turn off/on activity names, duations and display one tag of choice along side the activity name in the gantt chart.

  11. Navigate to the gantt display options at the bottom right and take the desired action.

  12. Gantt chart will also display non-working days in a light shade of the color when the time scale is zoomed in at the 'Days' level.

  13. Filters can be applied within the Gantt chart from the button on the top right. If a filter is applied, only the filtered activities will be shown. Read more here.

  14. Critical path can be turned on or off via the 'Critical Path' menu and toggle switches on the top right.

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