Great concept, but a few key things needed I am so excited that I found a mobile Gantt chart app that is free. However, there are a few things I would like to see. First, I think that there should be a start-start predecessor option so that you can link multiple tasks under a larger task (eg. Project might be building a house, task might be building foundation, and subtask might be ordering the concrete.) Also there's a weird bug: when I zoom in on tasks in a project, I lose the ability to see individual days and I can't get it back from month view.
All the right stuff with some bad Actual Gantt feature works great, only complaints are no portrait mode, always forces to landscape. Also, I'm totally for other languages, but if 98% (guess) of your users will commonly understand English, there'll be better success if you use that for your example template and app photos.
Impressed! Very functional. My only confusions are why predecessors often force delays (not related to non-work days), and why I cannot set a task start date before today.
Love it! Need 2 things 1. Allowing flexibility on start date for task after predecessor has completed without entering delay. Sometimes the delay is not required, so I don't want to add a delay, but the task won't start immediately. 2. Allow resources to have constraints. Sometimes the resource is not capable of multitasking. So I need to know that I have double booked someone's time. Others can multitask, would like the option, per resource, to allow overlapping tasks or restrict it.
It was supposed to be exactly what I need, until I realize that it can not move a pre-existing task into another task (i.e. make it a sub-task under other task). Oh by the way, trying to open existing files always crashes the app. Now it is completely useless!
Tried opening a project from GanttProject which incudles rubber(dashed) dependencies (finish-start), but this app changes the dates and puts the dependent task immediately after the predecessor task. For example, task A finishes in June and task B is dependent on task A, but it will occur in November. GanttMan forces task B to go to June despite selecting rubber (dashed) dependency. Any ideas on how to fix this?
- fixed rendering for HD display in resource chart
Gantt Notes is a project management app for complex projects with parallel tasks