Tracup – Gantt Charts, What Are They and How to Use Them

June 03 13:44 2022
A Gantt chart is a horizontal bar chart used in project management to visually represent a project plan over time. What are the benefits of using a Gantt chart? What Is it Used For and How to track project progress? Tracup Gantt charts may be your choice.


Modern Gantt charts typically show you the timeline and status—as well as who’s responsible—for each task in the project. It is used to display a timeline, a date/time chart that allows you to plot tasks with exact start and end dates/times, the milestones in it can also be used to specify how many tasks a project must complete by when.

On Tracup, the Gantt chart is presented as a timeline. The progress of the project is clear.

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When you select the Gantt Chart view, you can visualize the progress of your tasks. Anyone can catch the progress of the task time view to ensure that each task is running as planned.

In Gantt Chart mode, the task board is divided into three main sections which are: Task Name, Task Progress, and Gantt Chart Panel. The time bar in the panel corresponds to the name and progress of each issue in the sidebar.

Mouse over the issue You are prompted with the name of the issue, the specific start and end times, the duration, and the progress. Click the question bar to jump into the question details.


Click the problem progress bar, indent left and right to modify the problem start and end time, drag and drop to adjust the problem start and end date.

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