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Group Tasks and Milestones into Swimlanes and Sub-Swimlanes

Swimlanes are a way to group tasks and milestones in a way that is meaningful to your audience. You might group project deliverables by phase, by team, or by resource. If you are using OnePager to present an overview of your Microsoft Project portfolio, you can group each project into an individual swimlane as well. Swimlanes can be created dynamically, but you can also move, group, and sort them by hand.

OnePager Pro allows you to group tasks and milestones into swimlanes based on any Microsoft Project column.

Multiple Nested Swimlanes (Sub-Swimlanes)

OnePager Pro supports up to three levels of nested swimlanes and sub-swimlanes, which is ideal for projects and programs with a more complex hierarchy. In this example, the chart is grouped first by program, then by project, and finally by phase:

Group swimlanes and sub-swimlanes into up to three nested levels.

For more information, read our article on how to create sub-swimlanes from Microsoft Project.

Swimlane Formatting

OnePager Pro lets users control the look and feel of their swimlanes through conditional formatting or through point-and-click editing. Here, conditional formatting rules automatically apply colors to different swimlanes based on the phase of the project:

Conditional formatting changes the colors of swimlanes in a Gantt chart.