Gantt by Time and Planned v Actual
The Gantt Visual should allow greater granularity i.e. include time: Hours, Minutes, Seconds. This should be part of the axis and duration.
An alternative to "Completion" could be an 'actual' input i.e. [Actual Started] and [Actual Ended]. This will show Planned v Actual in a Gantt.
I agree with these comments, finer granularity os very much needed.
I would love this in hours minutes and seconds as I do have tasks which take a few seconds and I need to represent that
hadi eissa commented
I spent sometime looking at the Gantt Chart capabilities of Tableau. We need something similar in Power BI. below links are some videos showing that
hadi eissa commented
would love to have ability to change bar formatting and add milestone diamonds. also, track baseline vs. actuals, and expand and collapse WBS elements. similar to what you can do in ms project or primavera
I need hour, grid line and color format
Hours and minutes
hours and minutes gantt would be amazing!
I need these too.
Edwin de Ligter commented
Timeline visual can do a bit, but always shows 24 hours. Would like to see oy working hours. Eg. 08:00 - 17:00
seria muito útil!
Jo Macken commented
I would greatly welcome this one too. If available I would actually use this to plan my project teams across the globe. Would include regional filter.
+1 for the tracking Gantt feature of Baseline and Actual plan
James Houck commented
+1 to time axis granularity control! Seems like a really obvious flaw/needed enhancement
Steve Powel commented
The ability to do a Gantt at HOUR or HH:MM level would be shockingly useful
Benjamin DUMOURIER commented
Hours and minutes are really needed
It would be great to have this visual to measure all the operations in a manufacturing process
Any improvement to Gantt visual is appriciated, as it is the only visual to leaverage Power BI for Project management reporting
+1 to hours and minute in Gantt chart.
Gabriel Grünberg commented
This is a bit of a showstopper right now.
Prefered solution from my perspective is to base this on seconds.
ie. you input a whole number or decimal second value and get Power BI gives you options how you want to present it.
Dream scenario would be to have checkboxes for what you want to have as part of the value:
years, months, days, hours, min, seconds, milliseconds.
or just a couple of preconfigured settings:
and so on.