View XER Project schedules on your iPhone or iPad.
Present a bar chart of the schedule and choose which task data fields to show in the activity table. Optional supplementary views in the table allow you to see key information for Activity Codes, Expenses, Memos, Relationships, Resources, Steps and User Defined Fields without switching to a another screen. Options for the bar chart include, showing relationships, determination of critical float and choosing bar colours. Visualise activity slippage by assigning and presenting a Baseline. View the Baseline information in the Table and compare variances in the Baseline comparison report.
Navigating the plan is easy, simply pan left or right through time with your finger or pinch to change the timescale to optimise the view. Double tap the timescale heading to select a date to view, or double tap an activity to fly to the start of that activity. Single tap when you want to see the details of an activity and now either tap the supplementary view or long press for a list of options to navigate directly to supplementary details for the activity.
Apply filters to refine the activity list. Choose from the handy built in filters or add to them with your own to suit your project data. Combine many filters to meet your needs. Now you can search for an ID or activity name without filtering simply using the handy search feature.
Organise the data hierarchically by grouping your activity list by any of the available Task fields. Apply customisable colour templates to aid interpretation of the structures such as the WBS. Apply any number of sorts to order the data within these organisational groupings.
Assess your resource demand with the histogram view. Select the required resources and choose whether or not to display the available limit. Zoom the timescale to your timeframe and pan left or right to review the demand.
Investigate task relationships using the Network view. Zoom in and out to inspect hotspots, and choose up to 25 fields to present in the task box. Apply colour coding to identify, completed, critical and normal activities.
Analyse float distribution in either a Pie or Bar Charts to help you assess the criticality and thus deliverability of the schedule.
Use the dates report to see the distribution of activities starting or finishing in a particular period and to review where activity resource assignments have lost alignment to the parent activity.
The duration report provides an overview of either the remaining or original duration distribution of activities in the schedule to help understand the level of detail.
Review the logic report to help assessing the complexity of the schedule. Identify activities with a high number of relationships, non-standard logic or leads and lags. Use the redundant logic report to identify where direct relationships are already implicit via alternate paths.
See whether the plan is reliant on quality scheduling or held in place by force using the constraints report. Quickly identify those activities that have been pinned in place.
Gain an overview of the schedule activity make up using the activity types report.
Share any of these rich graphical reports quickly via email at the tap of a button.
Review detailed records for Activities, Projects, WBS, Resources, Roles, Activity Codes, Currencies, Calendars, Memo Types, Resource Codes, Resource Curves, Schedule Options, User Defined Fields.
Save multiple display layouts to suit different requirements.
Option to view summary level dates and costs
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Doesn’t work on my iPad air2
An excellent app on my phone but doesn’t even open on my iPad.
Great way to carry your plans with you
As a PM regularly travelling, I found this app to be a very powerful tool helping me create reports and keep on top of float/delays on critical path by loading my P6 plan locally.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.