Goal progress vs time elapsed.

Marcin's Avatar


23 May, 2017 11:35 AM

Two screenshots, one difference.
Big difference.
Please consider it.

When you are working on a topic that has a beginning and an end. I think it is valuable to show how progress looks vs time elapsed.
Attach three files: orgin, suggestion, mark. i think it should be an option. A similar solution is in applications that monitor data transfer in cellphones (data vs time elapsed).

Goalscape without it is great, with that would be perfect :)

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 23 May, 2017 11:53 AM

    Richard Parslow's Avatar

    Hello Marcin

    Thanks for your suggestion.

    This is the sort of business feature that we may implement in Goalscape Enterprise only. We are also considering other Project Management features, such as showing (for 'slipped' delivery dates) a "Last Best Estimate" delivery date (separate from the Due Date).

    Long term, implementing these features could allow Goalscape to compete directly with 'proper PM' tools – especially for senior executives. We already know of many businesses where project teams use their own tools for daily work but have to report to senior management in Goalscape.

    The main reason to keep this functionality for GSE only is to maintain the essential simplicity and clarity in Goalscape Online (and Goalscape Desktop). We are very aware of the dangers of 'feature creep' and how a cluttered UI can impact the quality of the experience (and therefore the adoption rate) for new users.


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