Open a project >> Go to Planning >> Click on the View tab >> Click on Print
Edit the printer settings before printing. E.g., determine which pages you want to print or whether you want to print in landscape or portrait mode.
Click on Print immediately to print your planning using the default printer settings.
If you only want to print the planning for a specific time frame, you can define it here. E.g., only print the planning elements for the next week for your weekly meeting – so you can keep track of the tasks and activities that have to be done during that week.
Determine whether you want the planning to be displayed in weeks, months or years.
You can also display more columns, i.e. fields. The changes you make in the print preview won’t affect the view of your original project plan.
Select a default printer – this setting will apply to all projects
Print your project plan in various sizes.
Customize the page margins of your print. Note: There’s a minimum margin of 4,32cm
Enlarge or reduce your planning view – without changing the printing range.
Quickly jump to the right page via the navigation.
Enlarge or reduce the print preview – this won’t affect the actual print, it’s merely an optical zoom.
Protect your print documents with a watermark. You can use a text or picture:
If you select “Text Watermark” then you can choose between a variety of preset texts or enter your own text.
You can also use an image as a watermark, e.g. your company’s logo. Just click on the tab “Picture Watermark“ and upload an image.
TIP We recommend using a .JPG file.
Select the position “In front“ and increase the transparency (e.g. 200) so that the watermark will be shown in the front but won’t be too overwhelming.
You can export the print of your project plan or send it directly via email.
Send as email
You can also send your print via email. Click on the button „Email as”, to send the file as a PDF. Or click on the arrow to open the dropdown menu and select “Image file” to send the print as an image file. You can customize the PDF and image settings as described above. Before you can send the file via email, you’ll have to save it locally first. After you have selected a storage location, a new email window opens with the print file attached.