Easily plan and manage your projects from within a simple and intuitive interface
As the application it tries to replace, ProjectLibre provides a user-oriented interface, a ribbon-style menu and a similar approach to the construction of a project plan.
Consequently, you can use ProjectLibre to create an indented task list or work breakdown structure, set deadlines, assign resources and create links.
The top toolbar offers you access to all available tools and features via four different tabs, File, Task, Resource and View. You also have the option to print, preview and export your project to a PDF file, view and access your projects along with the built-in Calendar via the File menu.
Quickly create Gantt charts and visualize your projects
The Task tab makes it easy for your to generate the Gantt chart for your projects, preview and edit the work breakdown structure, zoom in or out, link and unlink tasks, add notes, assign resources, save or clear the baseline and more.
By accessing the Resource tab, you can view the list with all assigned resources and check their availability using the built-in calendar. Thanks to the View menu, you change between different task and resource views, switch between projects, generate histograms, charts and task or resource usage reports with ease.
Open, edit and export Microsoft projects with ease
On top of that, you have the option to open multiple sub-windows within ProjectLibre’s main window in order to display histograms, charts, as well as task and resource usage panels.
The best part about ProjectLibre, is that it is fully compatible with documents created using Microsoft Project 2003, 2007 and 2010.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on June 30th, 2014
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- Compatibility with Microsoft Project 2010
- New Ribbon User Interface
- PDF feature
- Print, print preview improvements
Application descriptionProjectLibre is a free and open-source application that aims to provide the same functions as Microsoft Project in a ...