Would love to test out the Gantt view but I’m unable to find this on an existing project. I read through the Gantt view article:
Is there something we need to enable in order for the Gantt option to appear?
@Thao_Nguyen1, we are gradually rolling out this feature, and it will be available to all paid customers soon I will post an update in this thread as soon as it’s fully launched!
Thanks for the prompt reply! Will keep an eye out for the update!
Another excellent feature!
Do we know if the new Gantt View will allow you to save a view with subtasks visible?
Hello! Following up on this feature request, is this in the pipeline?
I have reviewed the document, but I cannot find a description of the critical path.
Could you please make an addition to the text?
Gantt view – Asana Help Center
Addendum: I kindly request a reassessment of the critical path itself.
Critical path(Timeline) – Asana Help Center calculation method in the function to highlight critical path in timeline is different from the critical path calculation method in the general project management field.
In the documentation, the Critical Path (Timeline) is described as follows:" Calculating your project’s critical path Your project’s critical path is the longest chain of dependent tasks that need to be completed for your project to be finished. However, subtasks are not included when…
When you select “Gantt options”, “Highlight critical path” is one of the options you can enable:
You’re right that there’s no specific discussion of it in the Gantt documentation. I think, though, that it works the same way as it does in the Timeline view, explained here:
Nice, for improvement, It would be cool if Gant view can represent the % of task done, so in one look you can know the situation of the project.
This is fantastic! There are definitely projects where this is going to be incredibly helpful!
Do you have a date when this will be 100% rolled out? End of month?
shit just dropped and it’s epic
Hey team, The feature is brilliant, Loved it:)) Any options to export it as PDF or other modes to share with clients?? Looking forward to hearing from you, Many Thanks:)))
Wow, this is awesome! Well done to the teams involved. Asana really seems to be outdoing itself this year. We just need a way to have budgets, rates and timesheets and it will be perfect
Thanks everyone for such nice feedback for Gantt view!
@Kristen_Carlson1 we are gradually rolling out this update, and it should be available to all customers within a few days. I will update this post once it’s fully launched
@Vilol_Joshi it’s currently not possible to export Gantt view to PDF. Our team is aware of this request, and we will share updates in the Forum if we have any plans to implement it in the future. Feel free to create a new thread in the category, so users can upvote for this feature too! Product Feedback
Great addition to Asana. We are a Construction company and this was something we really missed since MS Project is the norm for our industry! Can’t wait to put it to use here.
How to see assignee like on your first screenshot? Of course my task with assignee
Our government clients require this tool but we have to print it. The government is NOT going to click links to look at Gantt charts. When is the print to pdf function or export to pdf going to be available for this and timeline? This has been long requested and until this happens many are stuck in MSP or Smartsheets.
This is great! Will the Baseline “Snapshot” be data that is available to leverage via the API or other integrations?
It’s not currently available via the API (and thus other integrations). Asana doesn’t publicize their roadmap so we’ll have to wait and see if that’s something that gets added to the API in the future.
Amazing feature! I was wondering if with the UI, there’s an intention to help visualise weeks in the month view (currently we only see the month’s name)
When new projects were coming in, we used to quickly draft high-level phases of a project this way in a spreadsheet, which was extremely efficient. Then we would go more granular upon sign-off.