FastTrack Schedule 10.2 works well with your favorite Mac apps. Exchange data with Apple Calendar, Excel, and databases — even with Windows-based team members using Microsoft Project. You can easily integrate FastTrack Schedule into your business process to improve strategic planning and boost team productivity.
File, Open. It’s that easy for Mac users to get project data out of Microsoft Project
MPP and MPT files. FastTrack Schedule 10.2 also opens XML and MPX files, and provides
easy export to XML and MPX when you need to send project details from FastTrack
Schedule 10.2 to a Microsoft Project user.
QuickTip Video: Exchanging data with Microsoft Project
Export specific tasks or entire projects from FastTrack Schedule 10.2 to your favorite
Mac organizer, Calendar. When publishing directly to Calendar, project events can be easily
added to any of your current calendars or to a new calendar.
QuickTip Video: Adding project tasks to iCal calendars
Many first-time project managers start out using spreadsheets to plan projects.
Excel is a great tool, but it's not designed for managing projects. FastTrack Schedule
10.2 has project-focused features that make it easy to plan and track projects including
a built-in outliner for organizing and summarizing tasks, Gantt chart timelines
that clearly illustrate task dates and durations, linking tools to set dependencies,
monthly calendars, and more.
QuickTip Video: Exchanging data with spreadsheets
Use Spotlight to pinpoint important project details contained within your FastTrack Schedule files. Scan file-specific metadata to locate the “who, what, and when” of your projects and control sensitive information with four levels of privacy settings.