In FastTrack schedule 10, you have the ability to work with nearly 500 customizable columns. Managing the behavior of the columns and when each is visible in a project is key. Using Layouts, you can easily cycle through different sets of columns based on the type of data you need to display in your project.
FastTrack Schedule 10 comes with many pre-define layouts, which cover the essential data of a project. You also have the ability to custom define layouts using any of the nearly 500 columns that you want. In today’s post, we will take a look at creating a layout capable of displaying key data for a company meeting.
First, let’s take a look at the data we see when working in our default Main Layout.
As we can see, the main layout is pretty straightforward, yet is able to convey some of our most important project information, the scheduled dates and durations for our tasks. However, for the purpose of a meeting, this layout may not include other key data that you need to present, such as notes on the tasks. We can easily create a new layout, using the Main Layout as a base, which will be able to show us this additional data.