The chart view can be changed accordingly with the help of the chart settings. With the help of the chart settings, the project admin can modify the chart access, limit viewer specific tasks for members and resize it for width and height. 

The chart settings are bettered by introducing a few changes. Earlier, whenever a change was made, the change used to reflect immediately without confirmation. Now, the changes are reflected only after the changes are confirmed. Therefore, only the final result will be reflected after the changes are confirmed. 

Below is a series of images showing each of the different chart settings. 

Status of Planned Date 

The chart settings here have a Planned date range. The Planned Date Range has a drop down which have options. Refer the image below.

Status of Tasks by Deadline 

Just ‘Status of Tasks by Plan date’, Deadline Date Range has the same set of options. 

Tasks by Type 

The Tasks by Type chart has a Creation Date Range which has the following options.

Tasks by Stage(Aging) 

The Tasks by Stage(Aging) doesn’t have a date range to view from. 

Average Duration(Days) of Tasks by Stage   

The ‘Average Duration(days) of Tasks by Stage’ doesn’t have the option of limiting chart to viewer specific charts. 

Now, that we gone through the features, let’s understand its practical use with the help of a scenario. 

Fiona is the chief digital strategist at a firm. The firm has a big firm project lined up. Since the project is due in a couple of months, she has chartered an action plan with tasks. The project is expected to go on floors in a week or so and all the members have been assigned tasks. 

She wants the team to have a clear view of the ‘Status of Tasks by Plan Date’ chart. Therefore, she sets the plan date range to ‘Next 30 days’ and applies the changes. This way the team can view the tasks and work on them accordingly. 

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