Percent Complete Color Coding

For anyone who has created a schedule, one of the essential things to know is percent complete. Users of OnePager know we already offer ways to show percent complete via a yellow bar, text, or a checkmark. However, we will dive into another method: color coding different tasks based on a percent complete range.

We will first want to determine what percent complete ranges we want to create rules for and what color will represent them. In this example, I will be using the following ranges.

0% – 25% | 26% – 50% | 51% – 75% | 76% – 100%

Once you have decided on your rules, create a chart from your source file.
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Filtering your Task Links (3/3): Key Milestones

Welcome to part 3 of the task link filtering trilogy! Through our task link journey, we have covered how to display dependencies that are on a Critical Path (Part 1) and also dependencies that are set for Future Dates (Part 2). If you missed either of those two blog posts, I highly suggest you treat yourself to the wealth of knowledge it offers regarding task link filtering.

We will discuss how to filter your task links so that only ones with a milestone as a successor are displayed. To do this, we will first need to create a chart with task links enabled. You can enable the task links by going into Chart Properties > Task Links and checking the box “Show data-driven links.”

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