Planner – cross-platform project management tool

Planner - cross-platform project management tool

Cross-platform project management tool based on the Work breakdown structure (WBS). Its goal is to be an easy-to-use no-nonsense project management application. Projects are stored in XML files and can be printed to PDF or exported to HTML for easy viewing from any web browser.You can use it to manage tasks and resources. Planner stores its data in xml files or in a postgresql database. You can print the project as PDF or export to HTML.
Gantt chart
Visualize the project in time. Adjust task durations or define dependencies between them with an intuitive drag-and-drop interface.
Tasks
View the complete breakdown of your project along with the estimated cost and effort.
Resource usage
Detect assignment conflicts to rearrange scheduling.
Export HTML
Get a useful summary in a single file that you can send around. People will only need a Web browser to be able to open it!
Installation into Linux Mint:

sudo apt install planner -y
or using Software Manager

Planner - cross-platform project management tool
Planner - cross-platform project management tool

May the Force be with you,
Good Luck!!!
https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Planner

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