Bar Chart with dates

I've been tasked to create some analytics that will show something similar to the image below.  I need it to almost look like a Gantt chart. Is it possible?

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Hi Scott McKinley,
have you Wrike Analyze?

 

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Hi Pietro Poli we do have analyze indeed. It's what I'm using, or at least trying to get it into that. 

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Hi Scott McKinley why do you not use the Gantt? If you have your projects in a space you simply show only the project (collabse all) and it should show you the bars.

We are making our structure always that projects can be viewed by top management via this timeline. If they want to see the milestones they turn on a filter with show all active milestones and expand the project the want to see. Below the milestones their are the real work tasks normaly management does not dive in but the projectmanagers are working with their team.

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Sven Passinger I looked at using that. However, I only want to filter on certain projects not all. And the filters on a space Gantt don't exclude items, just greyed out on the actual chart.

We use custom fields to have different project types, so need to be able to create something to report these separately. 

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Agreeing with Scott on this one! Also, having a somewhat gantt chart as a widget in Wrike Analyze would have the massive value of only having to look at one chart for all information and not having to switch between an analyze board and a project view. This would especially help management members (who's motto is "easy, easy, easy").

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Leon Reicke that's exactly what this report is for. Management to get an easy quick view of a multitude of items, and using a report with visuals is the easiest route. 

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Scott McKinley Hi! I've shared your feedback with our product team 👍

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Hi Scott McKinley,

you canno't achieve what you want now in Wrike Analyze.

Have you tried to use Calendars?

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Scott McKinley 

Is there a common denominator among the projects you'd like to view? 

We use structuring in spaces and folders to group projects that somehow share denominators and are relevant to look at together. All our project managers i.e have each their own folder with a folder structure within to organize different types of items - this is simply to give them an easy overview each, as all items have a primary base in a different folder. 

Sometimes we also create a "random" temporary folder in order to label projects or tasks for the sake of single them out from all others - that way we can view it in calendar, the different views, and create dashboards or analyze boards using that simple solution 🤓

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