Gantt Chart

Let’s start this one with an overall explanation of what you see. That would be a gantt chart. In this view you can see all your projects in different colors listed one by one.

Draw tasks into gantt chart

Open the task view and add more tasks by „holding the ALT-Key and click and hold your left-mouse-button“ and then move it to left or right to add a new task. more

Sorting tasks

You have basically two options to sort your tasks: Sort by date or custom sort order.  Sort by date will spread out your tasks and sort them by date (duh). Of course you can select if you want it in ascending or descending order. Custom sort order will let you switch the order anyway you want. Maybe you prefer to have your task in three weeks to be at the top. Who am I to tell you how to sort… more


We have all been there: Something was not going according to plan and you have to delay a whole group of tasks. This is annoying enough as it is so I made it as easy as possible for you. Simply draw a window around the tasks you want to select like you would on your desktop and drag & drop it anywhere you want – done. more

Task wrapper

Each project can be viewed with all tasks in this view if you want to by clicking the “Task-Icon” (the checkbox-like symbol on the left next to the project name). more

Team wrapper

Just like the task wrapper you can change the view to show all team members and their corresponding tasks in the overview by clicking the “Team-Icon” (the person without a face on the left below the “Task-Icon” more

Hoverover buttons headline

When hovering over the timeline in the gantt chart you will see two buttons appear. The first one – “Today” – jumps straight to the current date to center your view on the daily tasks. The second one – “Jump to day” – lets you choose a date from the and jumps there instead. We hope your mouse wheel will be thankful. more

Extension arrows

Also up there with the timeline are two arrows, one left, one right. These arrows will extend your timeline to dates earlier or later than those shown so far if it is needed to plan better. more

Drag & Drop

You can also use drag and drop to either slide it left and right along the timeline or stretch the time by dragging one of the sides. Just like you would resize a window on your desktop. You can also drag a project up and down to sort your projects (by importance, length, the amount of members or maybe color. No wait! Not color! When history showed us one thing than that you should never sort something by color). All… more


You can further adjust the chart to your viewing pleasure with the little bar in the lower left. This lets you select the scale of the whole chart. You can zoom in and out on the projects if you want to have a bigger overview over multiple projects or maybe a closer look on some time critical moments. more

Menu bar

Just under the gantt chart you can see a slim bar with some options. Let’s look through them quick. Feedback First off we have the feedback button. Pretty self explanatory. If you happen to see any bugs (which you hopefully won’t because we have neither avoided cost nor effort to hide them in places NO ON would look for them *insert evil laughter here*) you can tell us about you knightly tales via this nifty little form. The same applies… more