How to create a Gantt chart in Airtable
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How to create a Gantt chart in Airtable

See how your group of related tasks, projects, and activities depend on each other over time with Airtable’s Gantt view.

Production timelines come at you fast, which is why it helps to have a schedule of your tasks on hand. Seeing your goals and deadlines laid out allows you to understand how they’re related, and anticipate what’s coming next.

Enter the Gantt chart.

A Gantt chart is a horizontally displayed chart that uses bars to visualize activities over time. Because of its ability to show how different activities rely on each other with dependencies, Gantt charts are perfect for tracking things like production timelines and resource allocation. In Airtable, Pro and Enterprise users can create a chart with the Gantt view.

And who better to walk you through creating a Gantt chart than a member of our team? In our latest Airtable Answers video, Don from our product marketing team helps you create a new Gantt view, select start and end dates, add milestones, and more. How does that track with you?

Take a look at our support article to add and configure a Gantt view in your Airtable base today.

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