It’s a big challenge to develop a creative app on iOS device, for heavy data maintenance needs on the touchable devices. QuickPlan uses gestures to make project planing easier, faster and more efficient.

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Please watch the feature videos at Youtube for more details about the gestures use in QuickPlan for iPad and QuickPlan for iPhone.

Natural gestures are using for:

  • Task property editing
  • Project property editing
  • Operations

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Task property maintenance
  • Task Outline Level – Swipe Left/Right on the task name at left panel
  • Task Sequence – Hold and move Up/Down on selected task and group
  • Task Time – Pan Left/Right on selected task and group
    • Pan at left part of task bar to change star time
    • Pan at right part of task bar to change finish time
    • Pan at middle of task bar to change start and finish time together
    • Pan at task group to change all the times of child tasks in the group
  • Task properties
    • Tap on the task fields of left panel to update tapped task field
    • Double tap on task bar to update task properties
Project property maintenance
  • Project Start Time – Pan on timeline to change project start time
Maintenance operations
  • Task Creation – Tap at bottom to input new directly
  • Task group collapse/expand
    • Tap on trigle icon of task group for dedicate task group
    • Tap with two fingers on Gantt chart to collapse/expand task groups with same outline level
  • Tap on task to focus task
  • Double Tap on empty space to move task to center
  • Double Tap on timeline to move Today be center
  • Double Tap on toolbar to scroll Gantt chart to top
  • Pinch to zoom
  • Long press on title to config column display option
  • Long press on timeline to set working and non-working day