The Project Schedule offers a Gantt-style overview of your Project's Milestones and Tasks, allowing you to quickly and visually track your Project's progress.
Using this guide, you can:
Accelo's predictive scheduling tool uses six different dates to track and schedule your projects in real-time. Those dates are:
Click here to learn more about the Date Types above.
The Project Schedule offers a quick and visual tool for staying on top of these complex schedules by incorporating these dates for a comprehensive overview of your Project's schedule. To do that, each line of the schedule includes the time frame in which that work is expected to occur, offering insight into where potential scheduling issues may occur.
NOTE: The Schedule tab will only appear on the View Project screen once the Project is in the Active status.
Each date is shown using a special format:
Solid Black Line: Planned Dates
Dotted Line: Predicted Dates
Dotted Outline: Target Dates
Solid Outline: Actual Dates
Black or White Circle: User Estimated Dates
The Gantt also uses color-coding to identify whether these dates are behind or ahead of schedule:
Green: Ahead of Schedule
Orange: Expected to Complete Behind Schedule
Red: Actively Behind Schedule
For more information on how these dates are used to schedule your team, check out Dynamic Scheduling.
To help simplify your complex projects, and focus on specific details and work, the Schedule offers several filters:
Search: Search the title of your Milestones and Tasks for specific work
Planned/Predicted: Toggles the Planned and Predicted Dates appearing for each line of the Schedule
Target/Actual: Toggles the Target and Actual Dates appearing for each line of the Schedule
My Work Only: Shows only Milestones and Tasks which you are either assigned to, or manage
Hide Complete: Hides all Milestones and Tasks which have been completed
Showing Day/Week: Changes the schedule's time frame to view either individual days, or full weeks
Go To Today: Jumps the view to "today"
Fullscreen: Expands the schedule to take up the full page