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  1. I'd much rather be in a swimming pool with these temperatures outside, alas.... work 😐 Has anyone ever built Gantt charts with PW? The idea is to visualize somehow who is responsible for which task, when working in a team (e.g. we as agency, client, and a sub-contractor). You have some sort of timeline (week-numbers), and can see who is supposed to work on which tasks from date A to date B. There can be time-overlaps, of course. Is a Gantt chart the established way to go for such things? Or are there other types of charts / graphics that I'm not aware of? So far I came across these JS libraries: https://jsganttimproved.github.io/jsgantt-improved/ https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/ganttchart https://frappe.io/gantt If somebody has experience with such tools, I'd happy to hear your opinions. If you've done something like this with data coming from PW, how did you do it? (not asking for a full-fledged tutorial or even code-snippets, just some pointers). I guess you'd setup something like Pro Table, with text and datepicker fields, then create XML/JSON/JS vars from that.
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