1 You can create a ToDo or a sub-project directly from the Gantt Chart using the shortcut links. In this image, we have a sub-project "Requirements Meeting" with the ToDos underneath it. You can move sub-projects and tasks around within their vertical hierarchy by clicking and dragging. Once you've created a sub-project or task, simply drag along the chart horizontally from a start to end date to establish the period. In this example, you can see the corresponding period of "Requirements Meeting" is December 7 through 14.
2 Expand the start or end date of an activity by dragging one end of the block. You can also move the time block as a whole forward or backwards to change the entire period.
3 From left to right, these icons do the following:
4 The current date will always be displayed in dark blue.
5 Clicking on any activity block will open a menu of options. These allow you to:
6 Once a dependency is set, it will be shown by a dotted line from the beginning of the dependent sub-project or task to the end of the predecessor sub-project or task. If you increase or decrease the timeline of the predecessor activity, the dependent activity will immediately move to the new end date of the predecessor.7 To adjust the timeline period being displayed in the Gantt chart, click and drag the ends of the blue pane, denoted by two vertical white lines.
8 The (i) icon denotes other activities associated with the corresponding sub-project or task. This icon will appear on the same horizontal line as the sub-project or task it's associated with, and will be displayed on the date of the associated activity. For example, the (i) icon can mean an expense has been created related to a task displayed on the Gantt chart, and the placement of the icon will indicate the date the expense was logged.