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    Import Outlook and/or Calendar(mac) files

    As of today, you can import your Outlook Calendar, or when you work on a mac, your mac Calendars in Tom’s Planner. On a mac: First, open the calendar app. Then choose the ‘export’ option in the ‘file’ menu and save your calendar as a ical file. Then open Tom’s Planner. And then, click on

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    Show/hide the columns with the start dates, end dates and durations

    We added a little button right at the top of the columns area that will allow you to show or hide the three columns with the start dates, end dates, and duration of all activities in one simple click. The new button. A chart with start, end and duration columns hidden. A chart with start,

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    A ‘mini map’ of your chart to navigate it.

    Today we made it a little easier to scroll through charts, especially the big ones. Just click on the new ‘Navigator’ button in the top toolbar, and you will get a mini version of your chart in the right bottom corner of the tool, which will allow you to quickly scroll from one corner of

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    Texts in time blocks

    Remember the little improvements to the tool we talked about two blog posts ago? We got another one. We made it just a little easier for you. Previously, to add texts to your time blocks, you had to use the right-click menu. Now you can simply write the text directly in the time block itself.

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    For everyone in the medical field or working in any other way in the fight against Covid19

    We would like to offer our software and services for free to everyone that is working in the medical field or working in any other way in the fight against Covid19 right now. We sure hope that the project planner can help out with the organization and management of all this. For now, the way

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    Filter on group header colors, drag & drop panels, seamless updates and more.

    We constantly add little improvements to the tool. We feel these improvements are individually not important enough to spend a blog article on but all these little things do add up. So we decided to give a short overview of what we worked on in the last couple of weeks: 1. You can now filter

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    Turn your Google Calendars into a Gantt chart with just a few mouse clicks.

    Want to turn one of your Google Calendars into a beautiful and super easy to use Gantt chart? You can with Tom’s Planner. You always could as a matter of fact. But Google is making integrating with Google Calendar a lot harder these days due to the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal. We applaud Google for

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    New Look&Feel live.

    To be ready for the next 10 years, we’ve given the tool a new look & feel. It was time to bring the tool into 2019 and beyond. We’ve kept everything people love about the tool the same, just made it crisp and clean. Let us know what you think.

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    Sneak peek! New look&feel interface.

    Going life next Tuesday, but here is a sneak peek! Rumors have been floating around for months…yes it’s true: Tom’s Planner is getting a new look & feel! Also featured on PM Software Tom’s Planner Celebrates 10 Years and 700k Users on projectmanagernews.com.

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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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    Custom colors

    We have a new feature for you. Custom colors. As of yesterday, you can choose any color you like for the time blocks in the grid and the headers of the groups. To be really honest, we were a bit hesitant to add this feature to the tool. Do you happen to remember myspace and

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