Project management with natural gestures on Gantt chart, synchronizing and sharing projects across multiple devices and teams, and supports to integrate with Microsoft Project Plan.
• BUSINESS SECURITY: User-generated projects are stored at the user's discretion on the device or the iCloud Drive of the users.
• Dark Mode
• QuickPlan is being enhanced continuously based on the best practices of experts and ideas from users.
• Optimized for the iPad Pro, with multitasking and keyboard shortcuts support
• BestApp Ever Awards 2014 "Best Business App" - 3rd Place
● QuickPlan is now available for macOS, at https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1071586133 (download 15 days of the free trial from https://quickplan.app/trial, and try all the features before buying).
QuickPlan makes project scheduling super easier than ever. NATURAL GESTUREs and keyboard shortcuts use on a clean, and smooth user interface makes project maintenance more comfortable, faster, and more efficient than ever before. Visualize, maintain and simplify projects on Gantt charts, layout tasks, arrange your project calendar and resources, track task status - it's easier than you think, all at your fingertips with a minimum of effort and learning.
QuickPlan supports to export projects to Image, Excel, PDF, Microsoft Project, WBS files, AND to import projects from Microsoft Project (in XML format), WBS, Mindmap, and Excel files. Plans can be synchronized across multiple devices via iCloud Drive and can be shared across teams and devices via AirDrop, Email, Dropbox, Box, and iTunes.
QuickPlan fine-tunes the best features of Microsoft Project Plan and re-purposes them for the iPad - without the complexity - bringing INTUITIVE and discoverable project maintenance to users of all experience levels.
— EFFICIENT MAINTENANCE—
· Nature gestures to lay out the task, change outline level, sequence, zoom, collapse, expand, etc.
· Keyboard shortcuts
· Batch input
· The most smooth Gantt chart app on a clean user interface
· Context-based editing on the outline, Gantt chart, and update panels
— STRONG PLANNING —
· Multiple projects, display as tile, with duplication support
· Organize tasks in REAL task groups and sub-projects
· Task color, icon, contact and the necessary task fields
· Four outline levels (plus sub-project, totally eight outline levels)
. Gesture-based task link maintenance
. Lock editing, Row height
. Project currency, charge rate, project resource, calendar, task date policy
— TREE and LIST —
· Display in tree
· Display as list-style with Sorting and Filtering supports
— UI CUSTOMISATION —
· Task column title and visibility customizations
· Taskbar style
— REPORTING —
· Export to Image, PDF, Microsoft Excel(3 sheets included) files
· Options to customize exporting
— SYNCHORIZATION —
· Sync projects across iOS and Mac devices via iCloud Drive
— INTEGRATION —
· Microsoft Project file (in XML format) exporting and importing
· Mobiliked WBS file importing and exporting
· Import from Microsoft Excel file
· Import from the iThought Map file
— SHARING —
· Export and import projects across multiple devices and teams
· Via Airdrop, Dropbox, Box, and iTunes.
— TEAM —
· Supports to create a partial project for particular project members
· The partial-project will only include the tasks that belong to the specific members
— NOTIFICATION —
· Today widget and in-app today list
· Local Notification
TYPICAL SCENARIOS: QuickPlan simplifies the complexity of project planning, which sets ease as the primary goal in organizing your professional projects, plans, efforts, goals, and life. The best project planning app for the iPad
· Initialize plan, discuss, present and share, export to Microsoft Project plan for future work
· Strategic planning
· Import MS Project XML file, and reporting, tracking
· Schedule, confirm actions at meetings
· Track project progress
· Guide people by plan and actions
QuickPlan for iPhone is available at https://itunes.apple.com/app/id699434089
QuickPlan apps are being enhanced continuously. This release brings some new task fields to archive task date information and input url to link outside resource.
- Four new archive fields to archived task Start, Finish, Duration and Working days, and App supports to show the active date fields in different color by comparing to the archived data.
- Two URL fields
Please check out the details at https://goplan.app/documents/ios/releases/10-0
Ratings and Reviews
Darn near perfect!
As with many folks I don't often script reviews but I'm drafting this just 3-days post total knee replacement. As a stand-alone App I think QPP is thet good.
Additionally, QPP fits quite nicely with most all of my non-professionally based projects and integrates just as well with my professionally based projects.
The integration with other Project and GTD Apps as well as email is certainly an appreciated feature. And' the 'sub-project' feature was well thought-out.
Since your team has raised the bar of QPP this far, go-forward enhancements I hope the development team will also consider are:
1. A breakout TimeLine for Milestone or Other Summary (IES) or a Project Summary Level Road-Map View, if you will.
2. The ability to move a Task/Milestone under an indented project structured without the given having to be indented first.
3. Aside from being 'Project' guy I'm also a Mind-Mapper and a creature who likes features! My last recommendation is a big-stretch without a doubt, I know but here it goes. As not all projects are waterfall by nature, provide an option to build the Project Plan or WBS via a mind-mapping-like front end and provide an option for some portion of a project's functionality to include project methods that are iterative or short structured-runs. It seems like this would further broaden your appeal to those who engage in a wide-range of project management methodologies.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for choosing QuickPlan. Your ideas are very welcome, and our team will work with you for the details - would you please help to contact us via https://goplan.app/contactus?
Become the master
Never done this before. But everyone thinks I am the master project planner. This is what technology is all about. I am now empowered with a new skill it probably took hours and hours of training and practice to master in personal computer era and months and months before that. With my project plan to redo a front entrance and lobby to an upscale senior living community I can now take the long view, but also if anything gets sticky I can dive right to the friction point and micromanage the problem until it screams. I have all the subs on board and all clearly see how their tasks link and make other tasks possible. The residents are deeply affected during this construction, and seeing each step laid out in time and linked makes them fully informed and if delays occur it will be a snap to update the chart and keep them current as to the cause of delay. It’s good to be the king. BTW I am 64, so old dogs can learn new tricks.
Made by a Professional
Here’s the thing, the author understand project management. The app is developed by someone who knows what it’s like to create a Gantt Chart or to move around bars before sequence and dependencies were certain. This is the only tool that I know of that can arrange bars in the gantt by dragging it. Other apps you have to type in a date and duration. Part of the use for such an app is to figure out the arrangements and relationship, which means the planning moves from uncertainty to concrete logistics. This app understands the process of planning.
Yes the curved dependency lines are ugly. But it clearly indicates dependent relations better than the straight lines.
The creator of this app have read the PMBOK. Have had first-person experience of project management on an industry standard level. This is what other apps are lacking. I have tried many of them over the years. And am often surprised how lack of knowledge the developers are towards the field. They might make beautiful interfaces, but the usage is awkward. This app does not have the prettiest interface, but is pleasant enough. The usability is better than any PM tools made, including Microsoft Project which is very powerful, but not as intuitive.
Praises to the developer and hope more to come.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.