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Multi-Project Gantt Chart

How to build a Gantt chart from multiple project plans

If you or your team manage a portfolio of projects, you probably have a need to build Gantt charts that show multiple projects at once. This is not easy to do in Microosft Project, but with OnePager, you can build a Gantt chart using multiple project plans from Microsoft Project, Project Online, or Project Server.

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OnePager Pro is the Gantt chart tool of choice for project managers who already use Microsoft Project. OnePager builds multi-project Gantt charts from Microsoft Project, Project Server, or Project Online in just a few clicks. Don't have OnePager Pro yet? Download a 15-day trial and follow along:

  1. Start by opening up one of the Microsoft Project plans that you want to include in your Gantt chart. If you want to show a high-level Gantt chart, use a flag field like "Flag20" to indicate which tasks and milestones you want to include:
    Microsoft Project plan.
  2. Go to Microsoft Project's Add-Ins tab and click the OnePager Pro button:
    OnePager Pro is a Gantt chart add-in for Microsoft Project.
  3. Click NEW to build a new Gantt chart. When the import wizard appears, click the Add/Remove button to add more project plans to your Gantt chart:
    OnePager Pro is a Gantt chart add-in for Microsoft Project.

    In this example, we'll import a total of three plans from Microsoft Project, but there is no limit to the number of projects that you can include in your Gantt chart.

  4. With all three project plans imported, click Create new Project View to build your multi-project Gantt chart. You'll get something like this:
    Multi-Project Gantt Chart

OnePager Pro is the easiest way to create a multi-project Gantt chart from Microsoft Project. From here, you can customize colors, layouts and more, until your Gantt chart is exactly the way you want it.

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