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OskariNi
Helper I
Helper I

Gantt 2.2.3 - Overlapping events

Hello!

 

I have been struggling to find a way to visualize overlapping events on separate timelines in the Gantt chart. In my case I have 5 categories and one category can have multiple simultaneous events. I would think I need somekind of a dynamic subcategory that gets values depending on how many simultanoues events occur. 

 

Do you have any suggestion on how to solve this problem?

 

Regards, Oskari

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FinBrit
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Hello,

 

I think I'm trying to achieve a similar thing to @OskariNi but the link above kindly provided by @V-lianl-msft does not do the trick.

 

As per the mock-up below, if tasks overlap within the same "Dev" group I want to show them on separate lines as in "Dev 1". However if a later task does not overlap with an earlier task then it should display on the highest available row e.g. task 3 shows on row 1 because it does not overlap with task 1.

 

There will be other cases where this is no overlap as per Dev 2 and there is potential for 3/4/5+ tasks to overlap and should all be shown on separate lines.

FinBrit_0-1689274926658.png

 

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OskariNi
Helper I
Helper I

Here as sample of the data. Eg. Task 10 and 11 are overlapping. In this case I would need for example subcategories 1 and 2 for these tasks respectively.  

OskariNi_0-1616415436196.png

 

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