Gantt chart view for projects in a space

Is it possible to have a Gantt for all projects in a space and not include any tasks?  This would allow visibility from a programme level to see where projects are without the detail of tasks. 

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The only way I can currently think of doing this is to filter for Active Projects, Collapse All and then expand only as far as you would like to see. I don't know of a way to filter to OMIT tasks. If you turn off the task filtering it just shows all tasks I believe.

The best option would be some type of report that only shows projects probably but that's not going to give the visualization you're looking for.

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Scott McKinley A show projects only I do not know. But if your projects are the top level in your space you can select the whole space and collapse all.

Perhaps you can also try a workaround: you filter all tasks for something no task has. E.g. a due date on 1.1.2050. I tried this for my space and you see then only projects and spaces. Depending if and how you are using folders that could be a solution.

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I'm thinking the same ... Collapse all then expand to the level you need. There are tons of filters available but not one that eliminates the tasks (that I could see) unless using Sven's suggestion (filter to tasks with fabricated date).

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Another suggestion is to build a calendar for the space - and the layer should only filter show Project (with the desired filters - active, or a specific status, etc) - this can then be pinned or shared as desired!

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Sherrie Besecker unfortunately it looks like Calendar view doesn't work on the overall space. I tried your suggestion and nothing is showing at all

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Thanks all but using Gantt, calendars at space level defeats the purpose.  Management need a report they can view whenever they need to, and filtering on spaces just isn't that. 

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Huge thanks for helping, everyone 🙌

Scott McKinley I'll share your case with your account's success team at Wrike too 👍

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Hi Scott McKinley, I have created a view that shows all my projects in a Gantt chart by leveraging a custom field to filter on specific tasks that then gives me the overall timeline. I have not done this at the space level but at a folder level. 

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