No more waiting for the update meeting just to find out what you already knew. No what’s happening & when at anytime. With the app in your pocket, it's always with you and always up to date.
Do everything. One issue at a time.
Known as activities in Primavera, Tasks are the basis for everything in Planflow. They are the building blocks to your project.
Filter by needs update, date, assignment, early or late, area, status, activity codes and more. Schedules can be huge, so showing only relevant activities and constraints at first makes operations more approachable.
Durations are front and center. Always see Planned Durations for tasks which is the number of days needed at Start and if the plan changes or it actually takes less or more time, the actual duration is shown too.
Critical & Late
This is your priority list. It is mostly sorted for you already, based on Total Float, the measure of how critical, or even how late, a task or its roadblock is. Critical and Late items get a 🚨 and a 🔥, respectively.
Because it never goes 100% to plan
Why most of projects love Planflow. It removes the need for the schedule update meeting, or at least a backwards looking, 90-minute long one. Now just talk about the big ticket items for 15 minutes and you’re done.
Any task or constraint that was planned on being started, finished, or ready by today without explicitly being marked as so gets a “Needs Update” moniker. Filter by this to quickly see what needs updating.
Reason for Late
It is inevitable that things get delayed in construction. What matters is how quickly you can resolve any issues. No more waiting 2 weeks for the next meeting.
Progress download in Excel
Schedulers can get all the changes since the last update downloaded in Excel format, ready for automatic or manual import into Primavera
Get input from the people closest to the work
Construction schedules can get very large, like thousands or even tens of thousands of activities long. At any given time there might be 100-300 tasks going on at once, one person can't possibly know how they're all doing.
This is the person who is knows the most about the task at hand. Since they are the primary they define all of the constraints if necessary, and get notified if a constraint or a blocking task won't be ready on time. They get notified when anything related to their task happens.
Just because you're not responsible for a task doesn't mean you don't want to be kept-up-to-date on the goings on. Subscribe yourself or others to a