SmartGantt will be discontinued by the end of the year. New Sign-ups and Free Trail are no longer offered.
Sign-in and access to the SmartGantt platform will not be possible after January 1st 2024.

Dear Valued Users,

With a mixture of gratitude and sadness, we're writing to announce that we will be discontinuing our SmartGantt platform as of this year. This decision wasn't made lightly, and we want to express our sincere appreciation for your support and engagement over the years. Our journey together has been filled with milestones, achievements, and shared moments of accomplishment.

All active users have been informed by email.

Best regards,
Anders Bendix Kiel, WorkWays, SmartGantt Team


How to put dates in a chart in case you have omitted

This tutorial article will show you how to edit your chart to include an end date in your chart, without having to create it from scratch.

Once again, we will use our basic example, which is on:

Click on “Gantt Chart Options” the button which is located on left-hand side menu


As you can see, a menu appears. Choose the option: “Edit Settings”


This will take us back to our initial process to create the chart. Can you see what’s wrong with the image below?


There is no end date set, this might be a reason of causing problems. We need to fix it by selecting the proper date field of our app, in that way this date field will be mapped to our chart. Just click on the right button of the box


We finally put a value to map, it’s called “End Date”. There is one more thing to do. The Gantt Title has been erased, so we need to write it again.


Now just click on the “Next” button which is on the bottom.


Then you should click to “Next” to the following pages until you see the “Generate Gantt Chart” option. Last click on “Generate Gantt Chart” to see your new corrected chart.