Google Workspace is a very handy and useful solution for task managing and team communicating in one place. It has a rich collection of apps. Therefore it allows you to organize various projects with its built-in organizer, share files using Gmail, Drive integration, chat with team members using the group chat function, and Hangouts. Sure it is powerful enough to improve your work efficiency and help you to increase the overall quality of your work. But does Google Workspace have a Gantt chart?
Gantt chart is evidently one of the most popular tools used for project planning, scheduling, time tracking, and resource allocation. It graphically shows the whole project so that you can easily see where your project is at any given time. The chart visually represents the schedules and deadlines of all project tasks. It makes a Gantt chart especially useful in forecasting the actions, risks, timeline, and phase-by-phase completion of any kind of project.
A Gantt chart divides your project into separate tasks, records the tasks by date, indicates dependencies between tasks, and sets up these tasks according to time periods on a chart. Horizontal bars on the chart represent the tasks and their durations and vertical bars indicate the start and end dates. The main goal of using Gantt charts is to organize and analyze the tasks under the project in a suitable format to avoid uncertainty and confusion regarding resource allocation.
Creating a Gantt chart is a perfect way to take control of your project management efforts. Such charts are essential to simplifying complex projects with multiple critical tasks, dependencies, due dates, and resources. But Google lacks such a feature, unfortunately. Although Google spreadsheets may help to organize, schedule, and somehow run tasks, there is no way to make a proper Gantt chart of it. So, until Google actually decides to offer a Gantt chart tool in its Google Workspace apps pack many users will have to look for an alternative.
Kanbanchi app is the right solution for such Google Workspace users. It offers a Gantt chart for project managers with all the features they might need. Kanbanchi also provides Kanban functionality at the same time. Therefore, a single tool may be used to add two of the most important features for project work and everyday workflow control. See how your Gantt chart might look like with Kanbanchi:
One more important thing is that Kanbanchi was built to integrate with Google Workspace Apps such as Calendar, Drive, Sheets, etc. It perfectly works with Google Drive. And all you need to start working with Kanbanchi is your Google account. Don’t waste time! Sign up today and try it out yourself!
Kanbanchi requires no more than your Google account to sign up and log in.
Helps you to collaborate on your tasks with your colleagues as easy as you share files with them.
Allows you to set up reminders in your familiar way (not mentioning the in-app notifications)
As easy as a pie: just one click in the Google admin panel.
Helps you to start using the app right almost without any learning curve.
Provides a solution to any issue (if you will ever have them).
You can easily install Kanbanchi for the whole company with just one click. Just find the app on Google Workspace Marketplace and click install. Google Workspace administrator can install the app for the whole domain.
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