If time needs to be recorded for months separately, a Timesheet can be split when the week spans two months.
This section of the Gantt Chart User Guide explains how you can easily configure the Gantt display according to your own preferences.
All projects are subject to changes, often in respect to budget, schedule and scope. Changes that are not managed may place a project at risk.
Use the Gantt Chart to quickly and easily build up your Project.
In i-lign's Gantt Chart, Constraints let you link Tasks and Milestones to each other so that in the event of schedule changes, start and end dates are automatically calculated.
This article explains common terms used in the Project Financial feature, as well as the financial layout, Chart of Accounts, and Funding Categories.
Create a Summary Task and create and delete Constraints on Tasks and Milestones.
If you're a Project Manager and your organisation has elected to use i-lign Timesheets, you have the option of being emailed Timesheet Notifications only for those people whom you have not assigned to the Project.
When you access a Timesheet for the first time, it is populated with the Tasks, Projects and Activities to which you're currently assigned in that week.
The Funding Allocations tab, one of the eight Project Financials tabs, shows Project Managers where the money allocated to their Project has come from.