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Easy Projects.NET, a project management web app that Darrell liked when he reviewed it a couple of months ago, has added improved Gantt charting functionality. The new full-screen “Interactive Gantt” interface is reminiscent of desktop PM apps like Microsoft Project and should make it easier to […]

Easy Projects.NET, a project management web app that Darrell liked when he reviewed it a couple of months ago, has added improved Gantt charting functionality. The new full-screen “Interactive Gantt” interface is reminiscent of desktop PM apps like Microsoft Project and should make it easier to track project progress. It should also make it much faster to create and edit tasks on the fly, with drag-and-drop task scheduling, resource planning and activity assignments.

It’s good to see a web app vendor taking a step in this direction and making its tool more suitable for “serious” PM work. Most project management web apps don’t have decent Gantt charting; it’s one of the reasons why I still prefer Microsoft Project for planning, and why many project management professionals say that most PM web apps are not really project management tools at all.

Gantt chartIf you’d like to try Easy Projects.NET Interactive Gantt charts, a 15-day free trial is available.

Have you tried Easy Projects.NET? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

  1. why pay when http://gantter.com is better than this and is free.

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  2. Thanks for the mention Simon! We are really excited about this new feature and continue to make further improvements.

    While services like gantter are free, Easy Projects .NET offers more than just Gantt charts. It is a full, web-based project management app with support for portolio management, issue tracking, resource planning and balancing, personal schedules and vacations along with an integration with Vyew, a one of a kind collaboration platform which offers real-time conferencing and any-time, asynchronous collaboration. Combine all this together and you have a kick-ass PM package.

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  3. Finally someone who actually added an MS Project like Gantt Chart. That’s probably the reason why almost all Project Managers who used MS Project are still using it and haven’t migrated completely to an online tool.

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  4. [...] Want to keep shopping? Be sure to check out Peago, another rich online project manager. [via Web Worker Daily] posted by Dave Johnson October 23, 2009 @ 7:00 [...]

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