What’s the point of making a Gantt chart if it doesn’t look polished and professional enough to present in front of a room full of executives? Gantto is an application that aims to solve that problem for freelancers and business people, by giving users an easy way to create beautiful and informative charts that can be easily disseminated and shared without first needing to be exported and reformatted using any stuffy presentation software.
Import your data files directly from MS Project to get started using Gantto, or start from scratching building your chart and entering in all the necessary information. Once your data has been loaded into the site, you can quickly navigate through project plans—zooming in or out on certain sections to get a clearer view of the most important parts of any given task. Once you’ve got the data formatted on the screen, you can manipulate it in any way you see fit—Gantto allows you to change the view, alignment, task details, start and end dates, layouts, and colors of any graph. You can even use one of Gantto’s templates to quickly create a catchy Gantt chart with complimentary colors and shapes.
Once you chart has been formatted in just the way you like, you can present the chart to your colleagues directly from the Gantto application, which lets users interact with the charts and make updates in real time. Or, if you prefer, you can export it as a PNG file and share it using whichever presentation tool you like most. For people who love using Gantt charts, Gantto is an ever-evolving application that just might make life a little easier.
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