Introducing Microsoft Planner Gantt Chart

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Microsoft Planner Gantt Chart

Task management is an essential process for every manager in day-to-day activity, with increasing Microsoft Planner adoption in large enterprises and medium and small organizations. It is crucial to view portfolio timelines for Microsoft Planner plans and visualize tasks in sequences on a Gantt chart for individual Microsoft Planner plans.

Gantt chart format is a traditional and widely used way to view plan tasks and timelines. As one of the ways to work with the project plans, PPM Express supports the Gantt chart for Microsoft Planner. 

PPM Express is a cloud-based app that natively and securely integrates with Office 365 and Microsoft Planner.  With connected plans to the PPM Express, users can view and manage goals, and tasks, and manage resource plans, risks, issues, budgets, and statuses for projects.

How PPM Express Works with Microsoft Planner

View and Manage Portfolio with Gantt Chart View

Microsoft Planner planGantt Chart view

When connected to it, plans will be displayed in PPM Express on the timeline / Gantt chart. Executives, Program, and Project Managers can view the timeline, project status, current stage, and any issues identified by our AI engine and always drill through to see more details.

View and Manage Project Statuses and Milestones for Microsoft Planner

View and Manage Project Statuses and Milestones for Microsoft Planner

PPM Express integrates your existing projects into single dashboards for visibility, transparency, and clarity. With projects organized into sub-portfolios, companies can view projects from any angle and manage them effectively,  prioritize the new work, and re-prioritize work in progress. PPM Express supports three prioritization models – scoring, grading, and strategic priority alignment against strategic objectives and priorities, so organizations benefit from accurate, adaptive portfolio management capabilities for Microsoft Planner.

View and Manage Microsoft Planner tasks in the Gantt Chart

View and Manage Microsoft Planner tasks in the Gantt Chart

Project Managers can instantly see all the tasks from Microsoft Planner inside PPM Express using the Gantt chart and list view, view active, late, overdue, and future jobs.

Create and Manage Resource Plans for projects and teams

Create and Manage Resource Plans for projects and teams

Project Managers can use the Team Planner module to assign and balance resource workload for a single project or across multiple projects. Project managers can find resources to be given based on their availability, skills, and role and can be allocated in percent of the allocation, FTE, or enter hours for each team member.

PPM Express provides instant visibility into all conflicts and provides warnings if resources are over-allocated. As a result, resources’ workload becomes more even and practical, with no conflicts and assignment gaps.

Create and Manage Budget

Create and Manage Budget

Want to track financials for the project, budget, or actual cost? Sure, you can.

Want to do it like a Pro? Read this article.

Works in Microsoft Teams

PPM Express app for Microsoft Teams lets users work with PPM Express right from the Microsoft Teams channel. Users have all editing capabilities, so your team members do not have to switch any apps.

PPM Express app for Microsoft Teams

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Use Microsoft Power BI for Reporting

Microsoft Power BI for Reporting

PPM Express reporting includes a set of reports that provides a complete overview of all project statuses, including risks, issues, and milestones, as well as information about project financials. We also offer detailed reports on resource assignments, resource utilization, and resource governance for your team.

Learn More about Power BI Reporting in PPM Express

Next steps

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Introducing Microsoft Planner Gantt Chart
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