12 GamePlan enhancements

The past couple of months have seen many enhancements added to GamePlan.  Here are the top 12: 1.  Significant performance improvements for large plans with thousands of tasks.  This was done to support GamePlan scheduling a £900 million construction project. 2. You can now box select on the Whiteboard.  Press the Shift key as you click and drag on the [...]

December 16th, 2020|0 Comments

Find and Replace

Ever wanted to easily change part of a task name for a number of tasks?  Now you can! When multiple tasks are selected on the Whiteboard, there is now a 'Find and replace' button in the Data Panel. Click this button to display the 'Find and Replace' dialog.  Then enter the text to find, the text to replace it with, and [...]

October 7th, 2020|0 Comments

A new dynamic report in GamePlan – the Gantt chart!

What is the difference between a static and dynamic report?  Static reports give information from a snapshot in time, whereas dynamic reports give continual access to real-time data. An example of a static report is our Gantt chart PDF, shown below.  At the time it is generated, it contains the most up-to-date data.  It can be easily shared and printed, [...]

October 7th, 2020|0 Comments

A new way to share the Daily Agenda report

GamePlan's daily agenda report gives clear direction on who needs to work on which tasks today, tomorrow, and in the future.  When the daily agenda is followed, the plan stays on schedule. Last week one of our users (Matt Street, Commissioning Manager at Logi-tek (UK) Ltd) wrote to us: The 'Daily agenda' report: I think it's excellent the way it updates [...]

September 2nd, 2020|0 Comments

Project Costing now in GamePlan!

We are excited to announce the release of Project Costing in GamePlan. GamePlan now calculates total project cost.  Fixed and variable costs can be entered at the plan, project, task, people and equipment levels.  Entering costs at different levels allows both direct and indirect project costs to be modelled. GamePlan also produces a cost schedule to help you manage project cash flow. [...]

August 12th, 2020|0 Comments

Email Notifications and more …

Here are some of the many recent enhancements to GamePlan.  1.  Automatic Email Notifications An email in your InBox each morning shows you exactly what needs to be achieved today to keep your project on schedule.  If your project is behind schedule, the email shows you what's overdue. The email also gives you an easy way to open the [...]

February 18th, 2020|0 Comments

Recent enhancements

Over the past few months we have carried out a large code maintenance project.  Benefits of this work include improved stability and performance, as well as allowing us to use the latest software development tools as we continue to develop GamePlan. In addition to updating our entire code base, we have implemented the following fixes and enhancements: 1. You can now pan the [...]

October 4th, 2019|0 Comments

Multiple selection

iPad and other touch screen users can now select multiple items on the Whiteboard, Gantt chart and people list. At the far right of the upper toolbar is a Select button.  Click Select and subsequent selections will be added to the current selection. When clicked, the text on the button changes from Select to Cancel.  Press Cancel and subsequent selections will replace the [...]

May 28th, 2019|0 Comments

% Complete enhancements

Previously, when you clicked 100% to set a task complete, GamePlan assumed the task was finished on schedule.  If the task did not finish on schedule, you clicked Edit Timesheet and entered when the task was worked on. Now when you click 100% you can specify when the task finished. The default is On schedule. Click OK and this works the same as before.  The [...]

May 2nd, 2019|0 Comments

GamePlan on an iPad!

You can now use GamePlan on an iPad. GamePlan is a web application and runs in the Safari browser.  At present, only Safari is supported. The context menu (right-click menu on a PC, control-click on a Mac) is displayed after a long press and release.

May 2nd, 2019|0 Comments