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Ganttify Turns Your Google Calendar or Trello Board into a Gantt Chart

Ganttify Turns Your Google Calendar or Trello Board into a Gantt Chart Related Blogs Two Cents Vitals Skillet Gear Gizmodo Media Group Blogs Deadspin Gizmodo Jalopnik Jezebel Kotaku Lifehacker Ganttify Turns Your Google Calendar or Trello Board into a Gantt Chart Melanie Pinola 12/18/13 10:30am Filed to: webapps It's easy to use Google Calendar as your project management tool , but if you want a more traditional project management view, take a look at new webapp Ganttify. It connects to your Google Calendar, Trello, or Basecamp account to instantly serve up your events in a Gantt chart. How to Use Google Calendar as a Project Management Tool How to Use Google Calendar as a Project Management Tool How to Use Google Calendar as a Project… Google Calendar is great for managing appointments, but that's not all it can do. The sharing, … Read more Read more All you have to do, really, is connect your account to Ganttify and it does the rest. You can save the chart as a PDF or image, share a link to the chart, and change the view in increments ranging from 5 minutes to one month at a time. The tool comes to us from previously mentioned Tom's Planner , so these folks know what they're doing. Ganttify is free for the first six months, but starting July 2014, it will cost $29 per year. So you have time to try it out and see if it's something you can use. The Next Web reports that Outlook and iCal integration are coming by the end of February. Tom's Planner Is an Impressive, Intuitive Project Scheduling Tool Tom's Planner Is an Impressive, Intuitive Project Scheduling Tool Tom's Planner Is an Impressive, Intuitive Project… If your work life's all laid out in Gantt charts but you're not happy with the tool… Read more Read more Ganttify via The Next Web Gear from Kinja Deals The Best Cyber Monday Deals OxyLED Made the Multitool of Flashlights Cyber Monday Miracle: This Absurdly Great Shower Head Is Cheaper Than Ever Read more! View full discussion Want Lifehacker’s email newsletter? Subscribe About Blog Need Help? Content Guide Permissions Privacy Terms of Use Advertising Jobs RSS Share Tweet