Use Teamhood Gantt view to plan projects, map out task dependencies, set milestones, and monitor progress. While this is a rather standard Gantt chart application, there are some customization features to make it more of your own.
Use Gantt rows to visually separate different project phases, teams, departments, etc. Expand or collapse them as needed. (Same rows are used in Gantt, Kanban, and List views simultaneously)
In the example, you can see that rows visualize different sprints and groups of miscellaneous infrastructure tasks:
To select which fields will be shown in the Gantt view next to each item, select ‘Customize’ at the top of your screen.
Here you can choose from the predefined options, or create new custom fields catered to your process.
In the example below, we can see 3 fields were chosen to be displayed:
Once you add items to the Gantt view, there is an option to draw dependencies between them. To do so, simply draw an arrow from one item to another.
Moreover, you can choose to auto-schedule dependent items. Meaning that if one of the dependant items is rescheduled, all of the dependants are rescheduled as well. To turn this feature on, navigate here Settings -> Workspace -> General -> Features.
In Gantt view, you can also visualize important Milestones. To do so, create a new item and then convert it into a milestone through the quick menu.
Use milestones to mark important events, achievements, and deadlines.
Use the Baseline feature to capture your project plans and then compare them to the actual progress.
Note. Only one Baseline can be saved at a time.
You can choose the view mode of your Gantt chart by opening the ‘Customize’ menu at the top of the screen.
Select the view type that is most relevant for each moment. Daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly to view the fine details or understand the larger picture.