Improve and simplify project planning in one step
Plan via Drag and drop
Easily plan project steps as bars on a timeline using your mouse.
Be informed at any time where your projects, teams and budgets stand.
Share information centrally
Minimize queries and create clarity with a consistent level of knowledge.
Bring more transparency to your projects with the right project planning software.
Octaved Flow's project planning tools help you stay flexible in the face of change to bring your projects to completion on time.
Quickly create a clear plan by dividing your project into work packages and displaying them as bars on a timeline.
Adjust the time periods with the mouse by extending or moving the work packages on the timeline.
Modify scheduling for multiple work packages at once and save time by setting dependencies between work packages.
Types of dependencies for work packages
Start after predecessor ends
See what each individual's work plan looks like, what is currently being worked on, and which tasks are coming up soon.
Keep an eye on the workload of the entire team to relieve individual employees or find free capacity.
Leave the division of work packages into tasks to your team while still maintaining control over the project flow.
The order of planning in Octaved Flow
Planned work packages provide time frames for team members.
Team members create and plan tasks in the given framework.
Project manager sees work packages and tasks in a central overview.
Provide a structure for your teams to work by and always see what status your projects are currently in.
Discover more benefits of Flow
Team task management
Make sure your team can always focus on the essentials, the workload is fairly distributed and you know the current progress at all times.
Communicate via wikis
Instead of sending emails back and forth, give your team the ability to share centrally and keep information in one common place.
Workflows in project management
Automate internal processes to speed up recurring workflows and eliminate the time-consuming process of calling up documentation on SOPs.