Project progress on Gantt view

Hello,

I'm very new to Wrike, so please forgive if this is an obvious question with an obvious solution.

In the Gantt Chart View of a project, the top bar that encapsulates the project can be filled in. What does this mean and how is it changed? Is this the "progress" of the project? If so, how do you control/record this?

Thanks,

Marek

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Hey Marek, welcome to Wrike Community 🙂
Can you please check whether you've enabled an experimental feature "Roll Up Dates in Gantt Chart" from Wrike Labs? If you have, then the bracket representing a Project on the Timeline shows whether or not a Project has Tasks which fall outside its dates. The part that spans the Project's own dates has the filling, and the part representing dates of Tasks which fall outside has no filling: 
 So I guess if you've enabled the feature and the entire bar has no filling as on your screenshot, it means that all the Tasks in the Project fall outside its dates.
Please let me know if that helped you 🙌
 

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Hi Lisa, Thanks for the info. I did have the Roll up Dates in Gantt Chart enabled. That explains this functionality.

Is there a way to determine % complete of a project from the Gantt Chart view?

Cheers.

 

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@Marek Hey, very exciting news - Project Progress is now launched 🎉 Please find more info in Brought to you by Wrike and on our Help Center

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