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    Planning your first project with Tom’s Planner

    With Tom’s Planner you have found a great tool for creating project plans easily. But how do you actually plan a project? How do you know what tasks to include and how long they are going to take? If you’ve never planned a project before and need some quick help, this article is right for

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    How to Embed a Gantt chart in Atlassian’s Confluence software

    Recently we got a question from one of our users on how to embed a Tom’s Planner Gantt chart in a page in Atlassians Confluence app. You can do this by adding an iFrame to a page, but it’s not as smiple to do as we would like it to be. So here is a step by step guide:

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    Tips – Copying and Calendar Movement

    Today’s blog post is here to bring you some tips on how to better get around your Gantt chart and make changes more efficiently. These tips are especially useful for those who work on their Gantt charts on a daily basis and want to work as efficiently as possible.

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    Tips – Filtering your Gantt Chart

    Today we wanted to look further into our filtering feature and how can you use it in your online planning to get a better overview of your Gantt chart.

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    New Feature: Shortcut to copy periods

    From now on you can easily copy periods & symbols by holding down the ctrl-key while dragging them to a new location in the grid.

    This feature will help you save time & create and maintain projects even more efficiently!

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    Getting Started with Tom’s Planner: Timeline Settings

    When you’re starting a new project you might like to begin by customizing the timeline settings. You can change these settings during your project anytime you like.

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    Import your Google Calendar into Tom’s Planner in 60sec

    You might have started your project by organizing your thoughts and dates in Google Calendar but are now ready for a more serious project schedule.

    There is a very easy way to import your Google Calendar dates into Tom’s Planner! It will save you a lot of time and give you a head start on your project!

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    Tips & Tricks: Archive your projects

    A tip for users who want an easy way to archive their projects. When a project is finished, change the project name to ‘zzzz – project name’. This way the project will be added to the end of your ‘My Schedules’ list and won’t clutter your ongoing projects.

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    Visualize Your Progress

    Tracking Progress is high on our To Do list. We are planning to implement this as a special column or maybe as a plug-in.

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    Tips and Tricks: Adjust Month Settings

    If you have set your project settings to a month, you will probably have noticed the month width is quite broad. If you want to schedule more than a year, it is possible you don’t need al that space and might actually prefer a more narrow width.

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    Tom’s Planner on your Desktop

    Wouldn’t it be handy if you had a direct link to Tom’s Planner on your desktop? One of our users tweeted about using Prism to do just this.

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    Start linking to Google Docs or Dropbox

    Now that links are clickable in Tom’s Planner schedules, the possibilities are endless!

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