Gantt printing - help please

The last post I could see about printing Gantts was in October 21.
It seemed possible to export to PDF, but only as a single screen shot.

Has there been any further updates to this functionality since please?

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Hey @beck_rowaichi

Welcome to the Community :wave:

We have made updates to the export of the Gantt since October 2021, but at present it’s not possible to export the Gantt chart as a multi-page document, or to print it over multiple pages.

If you’re looking to share your Gantt chart with people outside of your monday account, I would recommend instead using a Broadcast view.
This allows you to create a publicly shareable view of your Gantt chart that you can embed into a website, or share with others via a URL link.

The advantage of this is that it will update in real time as you make changes to the Gantt view or associated board. This means that those viewing the Gantt will always see the most up to date version, rather than a snapshot.
You can read more on this here: How to share a board view publicly

I hope this helps! Remember to mark as solved if this answers your question :smile:

Best,

Dani

Thanks Dani,

Interesting as I didn’t know that was possible, however, I can see to do this with a gantt created in a dashboard, just gantts as an alternate view within any single board.
Or am I mistaken.

Out Gantt dashboards pull together the gantt of all the individual teams, so we do need to be able to share this.

Is further development of the above and the multi page print on your timeline for development.
I would think this key to a number of people.

Many thanks
Beck

Dani Lester Dani monday.com Team Member
April 26

Hey @beck_rowaichi

Welcome to the Community :wave:

We have made updates to the export of the Gantt since October 2021, but at present it’s not possible to export the Gantt chart as a multi-page document, or to print it over multiple pages.

If you’re looking to share your Gantt chart with people outside of your monday account, I would recommend instead using a Broadcast view.
This allows you to create a publicly shareable view of your Gantt chart that you can embed into a website, or share with others via a URL link.

The advantage of this is that it will update in real time as you make changes to the Gantt view or associated board. This means that those viewing the Gantt will always see the most up to date version, rather than a snapshot.
You can read more on this here: How to share a board view publicly

I hope this helps! Remember to mark as solved if this answers your question :smile:

Best,

Dani

Altought the sharable link is highly useful, sometimes, a printed version of the entire Gantt view is needed for reports, meeting and such.

Can you tell if a better solution is in the pipeline ?

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Same, first thing our management wanted to know is if they could print the planning. After they found out they could only print a butchered version to excel they stopped using it alltogether :frowning:

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Hi Dani,

Have you seen the comments below.
i’m definitely going to get pushback from my directors if I can’t tell them this development is in the pipeline.