Since the launch of Ganttify our users have had a love/hate relationship with the authentication process you have to go through every time you start using Ganttify. We all love the simplicity, but hate the repetition. Today, that's a thing of the past.

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Almost a year ago, our friends at Basecamp launched a brand new updated version of their great product: Basecamp 3. Unfortunately, Basecamp 3 was not open for third party developers yet which was causing some disappointment with Ganttify users. But not anymore!

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As of today ssl security is available on the complete Ganttify service. This will change nothing for our users except that the communication between your browser and our servers will be encrypted by default. So all information related to your Gantt chart is sent over the internet in a secure and safe way.

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You already could set a start date and duration for a Trello card. But as of today you can also set a start date and duration for each individual To Do item in a Trello card. Making the Gantt chart of your Trello board even more useful.

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After a successful launch last Wednesday we immediately started to get feature requests from our users. Well we are happy to oblige! As of today you can turn weekend days on or off. Also when you export you chart to an image file or a pdf from now on you can select the time scale and whether or not you want weekend days being included or not.

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We are happy to announce the launch of the web application Ganttify. Ganttify allows you to turn your Google, Basecamp or Trello Calendar into a Gantt chart with just two simple mouse clicks. Currently these services don’t provide any Gantt chart functionality. Ganttify fills this gap, allowing its users to quickly get a good overview of a project and share their plan with others.

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The following tips & tricks will help you get more out of Ganttify: list of links to the Gantt charts of all your Projects/Calendars, direct links to specific Gantt charts, add duration to a Trello card and sorting the activities in your Gantt Chart.

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A Gantt Chart is a visual representation of the structure and flow of a project through time. It shows you visually when each activity will start and end. At the top of the chart you will find a timeline. Below the timeline you will find rows. Each row represents an activity in the project. Rows contain colored bars that mark the start and end date of each activity.

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