“The Gantt chart feature is outrageously useful. I’ve worked through a lot of projects, you know, in my head… I actually started printing and cutting out the tasks on paper and laying them out in the order they belonged… and finally said, “There’s got to be a program for this.” Thank you for being that program.”
Edward Pluchar, Facilities Manager at Giant Steps
With Wrike, your team has 24/7 access to the up-to-date project schedules, tasks, discussions and files. Thanks to the integration with Dropbox, Box and Google Drive, all project documentation is always at hand when your team needs it. Besides the online Gantt chart, you can view your team’s work as a detailed task list, in a table (spreadsheet), in a timesheet, on the workload chart or in the Activity Stream – all in a single project management workspace.
Any part of your Gantt chart can be easily shared with your team, clients and partners. Thanks to selective data access, you can decide which part of the data they’ll be able to see. It’s an easy way to discuss tasks and edit documents online without downloading them, and real-time project updates help you keep even a distributed team in sync and productive.
Your whole team sees your projects updates live in the Activity Stream. It is an easy way to give detailed instructions on tasks, comment on them and attach files so your team gets more things done together faster. You can quickly filter updates by a particular project and join the team’s discussions of important tasks right away!
It’s easy to keep your plans up-to-date with Wrike’s Gantt chart software. Adding new milestones, rescheduling tasks and adjusting dependencies is a matter of just a couple of mouse moves right on the chart. Thanks to the instant notifications, your team members won’t miss even the smallest change!
If you have been keeping your plans in Microsoft Project, it is very easy to import your .MPP, .MPX, and .XML files into Wrike. In just a couple of clicks, all your tasks with their dates, dependencies and the responsible parties will be imported to Wrike and neatly organized on an simple Gantt chart.