There are multiple ways to view your project’s progress in WordPress, including several different types of lists and charts.
One of the most popular project displays is a Gantt chart.
A Gantt chart is a great option for getting a high-level overview of a project. It provides you with a clear picture of the lengths of activities and when they overlap. Gantt charts are useful in many project management approaches, including the WBS system for projects.
When you’re running a project, there are multiple ways to keep track of your team’s schedule.
Having everything on a single screen makes it much easier to co-ordinate your progress.
Here are four of the most common ways to view your project schedule:
When running a project, two different types of people are in charge: the Project Owner and the Project Manager.
What’s the difference between these two roles? Here’s the short version:
- The Project Owner looks at the big picture.
- The Project Manager looks at the daily details of the project.
The next major upgrade to UpStream is here.
We’ve just released the first version of the Custom Fields extension.
Custom Fields allows you to collect extra information for your projects, milestones, tasks, bugs, and files.
The next major upgrade to UpStream is almost here.
We’ve just released a beta version of the Custom Fields extension.
I'm delighted to say that you can now use WordPress comments to discuss any aspect of your UpStream projects. Comments…
Earlier this month, we released the Calendar View extension.
The next major new feature is coming very soon. We’re working to improve the conversations you have on projects.
The goal is to integrate native WordPress comments into UpStream.
When this is done, you’ll be able to add comments to tasks, bugs, and files. On the frontend of your site, you would see a “Comments” tab like this: