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What does the y- axis represent? How do you describe the remaining tasks line? Thx
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Hi,

the y axis on the left side shows the remaining work over time, the right side shows the number of remaining tasks over time. Image to "cut" into the project at a certain point in time (the x axis!) and then count the number of tasks to the right of the "cut" resp. the sum of work on the right side of the cut.

At the beginning of the project (left border of the x axis) it is always ALL tasks and ALL work, at the end of the project (right border of the x axis) there are no tasks and no work left.

Hope this helps!
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