We have added more graphs for Gantt Project 2013, and you can now email them straight from the app. Two of the new graphs we have added are Cost per day, and Total cost over the lifetime of the project.
You can download it by clicking on this link : Project Gantt 2013 on the appstore. And v1.1 have been sent to apple, with lots of new features, including clash highlighting and fixing, resource highlighting, and a new help system.
We have v1.0 coming out very soon, but in the version after that we will a new feature that highlights your clashing resources, and fixes them. We can see in the image above the red lines in the background highlighting when the clashes are, on what tasks, and the resource that is clashing. We can also see a more detailed view of both the tasks and the days that have the problems. If we click on autofix for your clashes, it will work out the best tasks to push out, and move them, and you can see the fixed project below.
We have a new Project management app coming out very soon, called Project Gantt 2013. This is one of our best app yet, and the design is based on Microsofts own Project 2013. But this is not simply a Gantt chart, this also lets you add in resources to the Gantt chart, and measure those resources.
Along the top of our app you can switch between Gantt View and Resource View. Resource view lets you add in extra resources, such as people or materials. You can set in std hourly rates, overtimes rates, and assign people to a particular task. You can then see what tasks people are working on.
We have spend a lot of time improving the design as well, and we think it looks better than ever. You can also see who is working on each task, percent complete. And you can even easily move the tasks around, by dragging their names on the left.
You can also get info on the entire project, by clicking on the down arrow at the top. This gives you info on how much of the project is complete, total days, and the total cost of the project so far.
Expect this app out in the next few days.