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GanttReflect: ad-hoc timeline

instantly generated, interactive, automatically synchronized to clipboard data, with image export support

Now it’s easy. And you don’t need an Excel template for this. Nor you need to pass the entire document to an external app — keep private data safe all times.

Based on our internally developed Ganttis framework, GanttReflect, our newest app for macOS, will simply use (let’s say — “reflect”) the current clipboard data — actually any tab delimited values you had copied from your favorite spreadsheet — to generate an ad-hoc timeline, allowing you to easily update dates by simply dragging associated Gantt chart bars around.

As you’d expect, you can eventually paste back the updated contents into the original file, whenever you’re done. And you can also export the Gantt chart as PDF or PNG image files on the fly.

Provided through the Mac App Store, GanttReflect is also available within our (new as well) Gantt chart apps bundle, in case you also want Projectis and/or Estimatis, other useful apps themselves — with good discount. Enjoy!



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