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Examples of different Gnatt charts which can be created in Confluence

I am looking for examples to show how we can utilize Gnatt charts effectively.

How do i modify it to show %age next to the bars or show relationships between different activities. Can I showcase current date or milestone date?

How do I combine some activities to show the overall timeline? Does it have to be a new row in the data table.

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Hello,

If you use Chart from Table macro (Table Filter and Charts add-on), then you can show milestones and current date

If you are using Confluence native Chart macro, then it is not possible to show current date or milestones.

Can't tell you more about other requested features because I do not imagine what exactly data you have and how you want it to visualize.

Hi, ANki.  Are you using other Atlassian products together with Confluence?  Or, just Confluence?

If sounds like you may be using Confluence + Jira.  If so, are you using any of the Gantt apps for Jira?  There are a number of them you may wish to consider.  

-dave

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