This week, Notion launched a new Timeline view that lets you visualize dates from a database or kanban board in a Gantt Chart-style calendar layout. You can show the original table alongside the timeline, or hide it, add views to filter the timeline down, and more. It's similar to what @optemization mentioned on SaaS Radio Hour as the Notion feature he wanted.
Interestingly, it's a feature that's limited per plan. Personal plans get 3 timelines per workspace, Team plans get 5 per workspace, and Enterprise plans get unlimited timelines. Presumably this is a feature Notion is aiming at pushing teams to upgrade their plans.
This was the only thing preventing me to successfully persuade my company to migrate from confluence to notion, so I’m super thankful they finally delivered it!
I don't see a way to add dependencies between tasks or groups of tasks. X doesn't start until Y ends. Group A isn't over until everything in its list is done.
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And does your team use one app for email, another for live chat? Or do you have one app to handle everything?