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Named after their inventor, Henry L. Gantt, Gantt charts provide a clear and concise way to plan, track, and manage various tasks within a project. They are widely used across industries for their ability to display task dependencies, deadlines, and resource allocation, making them an essential asset for project managers and teams.

Power-user add-in l Gantt chart in PowerPoint

One of the key features of Gantt charts is their ability to break down complex projects into manageable tasks and subtasks. Each task is represented as a horizontal bar, with its length indicating its duration, and its position on the timeline showing when it starts and ends. Additionally, Gantt charts allow you to assign responsible team members to each task, making it easy to track individual responsibilities and ensure accountability.

Power-user Template - Gantt chart (daily)
Power-user add-in l Gantt chart in PowerPoint or Excel

With the Power-user add-in, you can create these complexe charts in seconds, both in PowerPoint and in Excel.

Organize your project in phases and tasks, show the percentage of completion of each task, add miletones or the current date. The Power-user Gantt charts give you a lot of flexibility since you can use Excel formulas to create relationships between different tasks.

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