Projects (beta version)
A project is any activity with set goals and deadlines.
In Tracker, projects are sets of issues that have a common goal. Projects are not linked to a specific issue queue, so you can use them to group together issues managed by different teams as long as they share a goal.
The beta version of the new interface Yandex Tracker includes an expanded set of features for working with projects, such as project issue lists and improved Gantt charts.
To start working on a project in Tracker, create a new project and add issues to it. Projects can include issues from different queues.
You can plan out your workload and manage deadlines using a Gantt chart.
In the new Tracker interface, you can open all available projects right from the navigation panel on the left: click Projects and select a project from the list.
The project page lists all information about the project's team, goals, and issues.
About the project: Includes the project's description, status, deadlines, reporter, responsible employee, and a list of team members.
Issue list: Displays both open and closed issues. You can also apply filters to the issues. For more information, see List of project issues.
Gantt chart: A calendar schedule for resolving project issues. The Gantt chart displays issue deadlines and issue links. For more information, see Gantt charts.
Issue board: A virtual board with issue cards that allow you to keep track of issue statuses in a convenient way. To learn about managing issue boards, see Working with an agile board.
The project board is also displayed on the Issue board on the left-hand panel.
You can keep track of your project's progress by checking the indicator bar in the upper-right corner of the project page. The progress bar gets filled as more issues are completed.