Hi, I’m a self employed florist and have started using nTask to track my wedding work. I have a project for each customer. Every project is essentially the same so I have a “master” project which I am duplicating for each customer. Certain things have to happen at set points during each project, for example a final invoice issued 8 weeks before the wedding day. Is there a way of setting it up so there is less date entry for me so that if the wedding date is x, then the system knows that y must happen 8 weeks prior and schedules it in for me? Or am I asking too much!! :blush: it’s just lots of duplication for me! Thanks
Suggested by: Emily
I'm trying to use nTask for process management, where a process goes through multiple stages of tasks and approvals - without task dependencies this is really difficult to control and organize. This feature would be super helpful!
I'm currently looking to maybe migrating from Basecamp to nTask before yearly renewal coming soon with Basecamp....
I was referred to nTask because of the "Gantt Char" feature and the task dependencies that it should allow to create but unfortunately, I was told that it's in the work....
What we need is to be able to link task together where Task #2 cannot start before Task #1 is finished and so on so if any task is postpone, we can see the impact on the end date of the entire project..
Can you please give an ETA for that functionality?
Dependencies on start dates are a critical feature for our implementation of nTask, and I cannot justify moving to it until it is available.
We are introducing start dates and task dependencies (along with interactive Gantt charts) in our upcoming nTask 2.0 beta release. The update will be available in February :).
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