Import plans to start quickly, export as xls, csv.
Have you switched to Ganib recently?
Is your Project Plan saved in Microsoft Project? No need to worry! You can easily import your MS Project Plan into Ganib and start working on it.
Ganib has a facility of importing as well as exporting your project plan to MS Project. All you need to do is click the respective link.


Tools that help you integrate Ganib with your team and enterprise:

    • Import/export from/to MSP:Import MS project files and edit them online


    • Copy/Paste from text files or spreadsheets and assign work to project members


    • oAuth:Integrate enterprise single sign-on with Ganib


    • SAML: Directory and authentication integration


    • Email:Seamlessly integrate Ganib notifications, and 2 way work management with Ganib


    • Smooth association:Link Ganib components to each other smoothly which grants you more privileges.


    • Depending tasks:Create task dependencies to have a more summarized view about your tasks.


    • Capture work for the tasks assigned to you.


    • Optimize the work reports as your work progresses by using dashboard as well as thorough reports.

Timesheet gets you the easier means through which you can capture work for the tasks assigned to you.
This work capture gets associated with the tasks that are assigned to you in the Plan module. Also, it gets calculated in the totals which are displayed on the weekly view page.
Searching your task assignment in Plan module can become cumbersome sometimes when there is a long list of tasks in the Plan module. For this, Timesheet module serves as a better option.
Timesheet not only reflects the working hours captured; but also reflects the tasks and assignments made to a resource in one particular time frame. The resource when logged in to Ganib can have a detailed view of the assignments that are in store for him in coming weeks.
Using these details, the resource can also capture work for the assignments that he/she is going to work on.
Dependencies are the relationships among tasks which determine the order in which tasks need to be performed. There are four types of dependency relationships.
(1) Finish to Start

(2) Start to Start

(3) Start to Finish

(4) Finish to Finish.
At a time two or more than two tasks can be linked with each other. This is called multiple dependencies.