Hi there, I've seen some discussion on these boards about managing non-working time. It seems there's two out-of-the-box options, either to have each individual project manage their time or have a sysadmin do it at a global level. Some have suggested blocking time using a dedicated gannt chart.
I have a sheet set as a grid with a list of tasks for designers to do, these are divided into 4 categories, with the tasks being indented beneath the parent category, I have a column called 'complete' that is checkboxes which the designer check once each task is
when using a gantt the timeline normally expands between the columns "Start" and "Finish". Now, I have a third and fourth column which I would want to be on the same time line, but not as one long marking. The time period between "Start" and "Finish" should be marked, but then it should be a
I'm building out a plan with tasks and dependencies and want the dates to populate based off a vlookup. For example, If "Sprint 12" is selected then the proper start date is set in the Sprint Start Date column...which I am doing now with =VLOOKUP([Sprint Start]4, $[Sprint Start]$123:$[Sprint End