The service accepts scheduling data for projects and activities as input, then generates Gantt charts showing duration and current progress for individual tasks or actions. Charts also show overlaps between task schedules and dependencies, such as when one task can start only after another completes. Scheduling data may be customized to illustrate specific task issues.
API methods support specification of tasks, including name, descriptive notes, priority, planned start and end dates, percentage complete, and related details. Methods generate a read-only chart image based on uploaded data, which may be included in web pages and other applications.
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