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Sharepoint 365 - Gantt view to show task % Complete

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Good morning,

Exactly what it says on the the title, how can I graphically represent in the Gantt view of Sharepoint 365 the % complete of tasks..?
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Once you have created your task list, click on the ... at the top of the list to see the additional options menu and select "create view"

Create View
Then from the View Type select "Gantt View"

 Gantt
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by:SAMGarde
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Thanks !

On another page we are using the project timeline as a summary view (Gantt is too big)

Is there a way to also show % complete on the project timeline..?
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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If you're using the "Project Tasks" view it should show % complete.
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by:SAMGarde
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Fast & fabulous !!!
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