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How to see specific start and end date within a date range

On a Gantt chart visual, while hovering over a bar, I'll like to see start and end dates on a tooltip in collapsed view for a parent project and start and end dates for all sub tasks in expanded view.

For example: I have a parent project spanning 1/1/2020 to 12/31/2020. In a collapsed view on the Gantt chart, I would like the tooltip to show start date 1/1/2020 and end date 12/31/2020.

Similarly, expanding the Gantt chart view I would like to see the individual start and end dates for each sub task on a tooltip show: 1/1/2020-1/31/2020

2/1/2020-4/30/2020

 5/1/2020-8/31/2020 etc).

 

Thank you.

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Hi @jboyke ,

 

which Gantt chart visual do you use?

 

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Hi mwegener, I used Gantt chart 2.2.3.

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Hi @jboyke ,

 

as far as I know, this Custom Visual (like many others) doesn't support the Tooltip (Quickinfo) page.

 

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Hi @jboyke ,

 

After my test on Gantt chart 2.2.3, I found that the tooltip page cannot be added. However,after the visual is created as follows, while hovering over a bar, the Start Date and the End Date are displayed automatically.

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I also used Gantt chart-xViz to test, which can add tooltip page, but its display is a bit problematic. The start date and end date of the parent project it displays are wrong.

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It is suggested that you contact the author of the custom view for help.

 

The pbix file which I tested is here.

 

 

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

 

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