TeamGantt review

Rating: 4.5/5

Starting price: $49 per user per month, billed annually

Key features:

  • Intuitive Gantt charts
  • Multiple project views
  • Native time tracking
  • Resource management

TeamGantt is a project management software known for its intuitive Gantt charts. It also offers multiple other project views, as well as helpful features such as native time tracking and resource management. In this TeamGantt review, we investigate its features, review its pricing plans and weigh its pros and cons to help you decide if the platform is the right choice for your business.

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What is TeamGantt?

TeamGantt is a project management solution designed to track and edit projects in Gantt chart mode. However, the software is much more than an easy-to-use Gantt chart maker and includes many other project management features as well.

Hands-on TeamGantt review results

We rated TeamGantt according to more than 30 variables. Here’s how it ranked in the most important categories:

Ease of use4.3/5
Service and support5/5

TeamGantt pricing

Score: 3.8/5

Pricing planCost/month (billed monthly)Cost/month (billed annually)
Pro$49 per manager per month$59 per manager per month
Unlimited EverythingN/A$799 for unlimited managers


The free plan is designed for personal projects and is a good option for students and small projects. This plan offers access for one manager and two collaborators. There is a limit of one project with 60 tasks with this plan. If you need a more comprehensive free version, check out our list of the best free project management software.


The Pro plan is priced at $49 per manager per month if billed annually or $59 per manager per month if billed monthly. Each manager gets 20 projects with unlimited collaborators and tasks. With the Pro plan, you can unlock several advanced project management tools, including time tracking, project scheduling and priority support.

Unlimited Everything

The Enterprise plan offers unlimited projects, users and collaborators. This plan is $799 per month, billed annually; monthly pricing is not available for this plan. The Enterprise plan features customized training, a dedicated account manager and advanced security tools.

Core TeamGantt features

Score: 4.8/5

TeamGantt offers many helpful features besides Gantt charts, making it a solid choice for a project management solution.

Project views

Screenshot of TeamGantt gantt chart.

The Gantt charts (Figure A) in TeamGantt are editable and interactive. Update project status, change due dates, add comments or check task dependencies, all from the Gantt view. Users can also track and reassign tasks with this feature. Four additional project views are available: List, Calendar, Board (Kanban) and My Tasks.

Team collaboration

TeamGantt allows users to comment on every task or milestone. To notify coworkers via email, simply @ mention them, and TeamGantt will notify them of the tag. To view all comments and discussions across all tasks, head to “Conversations” by clicking the green speech bubble icon on the left hand menu. However, TeamGantt doesn’t offer a native text or video chat function like other digital collaboration tools.

Time tracking and scheduling

Screenshot of TeamGantt time tracking.

With TeamGantt’s project management time tracking feature (Figure B), there is no need for third-party integration, which sets it apart from some other project management solutions. Users can log their time, view task progress and check the actual time spent on tasks. The drag-and-drop functionality also makes it easy to create project timelines, assign work and complete other scheduling tasks.

Dependencies and prioritization

Sometimes, one task must be completed before another can begin. TeamGantt’s dependencies capture these relationships, so the new task can’t be started until the prior one is finished. As for project level prioritization, TeamGantt defaults to alpha-numeric order, but you can move a project to the top of the list by starring it.

Document management

Screenshot of TeamGantt file upload.

Files can be uploaded directly to the “Documents” section of a task or added via the comments section (Figure C). Select the “Files” option from the top menu to view all files uploaded to a particular project. If you don’t want files to be associated with a particular task, they can be uploaded to the project in this section as well.

TeamGantt ease of use

Score: 4.3/5

TeamGantt offers one of the most intuitive Gantt charts thanks to its drag-and-drop functionality. It’s quick to set up and presents a low learning curve, and the interface is easy to navigate. It also offers well-reviewed mobile apps so that users can manage projects on the go. However, TeamGantt currently lacks built-in automations, which is a pretty large drawback that stands in stark contrast to most of the learning project management solutions on the market today.

TeamGantt customer service and support

Score: 5/5

TeamGantt offers numerous ways to contact support as well as a robust knowledge base.

Knowledge base

TeamGantt offers an extensive yet easy to browse knowledge base that is full of educational material. Using the knowledge base, users can teach themselves how to use the project management platform.

Live training

TeamGantt offers a free Kickstart live training event every single weekday that is specifically tailored to new users. During the training, a TeamGantt employee will cover all the basics. Each session ends with a Q&A portion so that you can ask about topics that weren’t covered in the training.

Customer service channels

If the knowledge base or live training doesn’t answer your question, then give support a call, email them via the company website, or even contact them via physical mail. Keep in mind that the phones are only open Monday through Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm EDT, so you won’t be able to get help on evenings and weekends.

TeamGantt pros and cons

Intuitive, easy-to-navigate interfaceNo built-in automations
Multiple project views availableNo budgeting capabilities
Native time tracking and resource managementPaid plans are rather expensive
Excellent training and knowledge baseLimited collaboration tools

Best uses for TeamGantt

Due to its unique pricing structure and set of features, TeamGantt works particularly well for several different project management scenarios.

Gantt chart beginners

Many Gantt chart platforms are difficult to learn and confusing to use. Not so with TeamGantt, which boasts an intuitive, easy-to-learn interface and offers plenty of training resources. This makes TeamGantt an excellent choice for teams that are new to using Gantt charts and find other platforms too complex for their needs.

Deadline-driven teams

Because Gantt charts are so dependent on dates and calendars, they are an excellent choice for deadline-driven teams that need to follow a precise timeline. TeamGantt helps to keep everything on track and makes it easy to both schedule and reschedule tasks as needed.

Project managers

TeamGantt’s unique pricing structure only charges for every manager, not every single user. If your company has a limited number of project managers, then TeamGantt can actually be a cost-effective choice. However, if your teams have multiple managers, then you might end up paying extra for the same features and functionality, so crunch the numbers before making a decision.

TeamGantt alternatives and competitors

TeamGanttTrelloAsanaMicrosoft Project
Gantt chartsYesRequires power-upYesYes
Time trackingYesRequires power-upYesYes
Resource managementYesNoYesYes
Starting price (billed annually)$49 per manager per month$5 per user per month$10.99 per user per month$10 per user per month


Trello is another small business project management app, but it excels at Kanban boards rather than Gantt charts (you’ll need an extension, or “power-up,” in order to get Gantt charts in Trello). Trello’s pricing plans are extremely affordable, starting at only $5 per user per month, and its automation creator is extremely easy to use.


Asana’s free plan supports up to 15 users and unlimited projects, making it a great choice for small teams on a budget. If you have a larger team, paid plans start at 10.99 per user per month. It offers many similar features to Team Gantt, including Gantt charts, time tracking and resource management. Asana also allows users to create automations and customer workflows.

Microsoft Project

If you’re a Microsoft user, then you should definitely consider using Microsoft Project. This enterprise project management software is surprisingly affordable for the number of features that it offers, starting at only $10 per user per month. Microsoft is well-suited to power users and complex projects, which means that it also represents a higher learning curve than TeamGantt and many other alternatives.

TeamGantt review methodology

Our review methodology included gathering data from the TeamGantt website, looking through product documentation and evaluating product reviews from real users. We considered factors such as pricing, user interface design and customer support. We also considered features such as project views, time tracking and document management.

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