Swiftlight offers a broad and powerful set of project management tools in a simple, very easy to use way. Swiftlight provides eight "views", each of which provide you with a different perspective on your project and give you outputs and functionality to help you drive it from initiation right through to completion (see Using Swiftlight in Project Management).
The 8 views are:
In addition to these views, Swiftlight’s functionality includes: export to PowerPoint / PDF / GIF files; export to Excel (CSV), status reporting; easy copy and paste of text or tables to Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint et al, and the ability to export reminders to Microsoft Outlook.
The eight different views in Swiftlight are related in a simple but effective way, with some views providing "high level" or "big picture" perspectives on the project, and other views providing more "lower level detail", as illustrated below (see Overview of Swiftlight – Getting Familiar with each View for a more detailed explanation of each view).
The information in each of these views is inter-related so that whenever you update information in one place, it carries through to all the other views. For example:
The flexibility and power offered by these different views, and the way they are linked together gives, you the freedom to use Swiftlight in multiple ways, tailoring your use to your working style or the needs of a particular project. Information in the following sections will help you become familiar with the user interface and the content of each view.
For more information on the user interview and all the other views why not check out the following help topics to help you to get started using Swiftlight for your projects and initiatives:
If you can’t see what you are looking for here, please see the Help Menu topics for more ways to get help with Swiftlight.