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 BigPicture

About BigPicture

BigPicture installation and updates

Quick start with BigPicture

BigPicture Sizing Guide

Cloud vs. Server - Key Differences in BigPicture on These Platforms

BigPicture Export

Progress Tracking

Tutorials and tips

Integrations

 BigPicture 7.10 and earlier

Concept of a Program

Setting up BigGantt and BigPicture to support next-gen projects


 BigPicture release notes

BigPicture Cloud Backlog

 BigGantt

About BigGantt

BigGantt installation and updates

Cloud vs. Server - Key Differences in BigPicture on These Platforms

 BigGantt release notes

Shortcuts
 Release notes
 BigPicture
 Jira Cloud

 Jira Server

 Trello

 BigGantt
 Jira Cloud

 Jira Server

 BigTemplate
 Jira Cloud

 Jira Server

 BigPicture Enterprise
 Jira Cloud

 Jira Server

Knowledge Base

Tutorials and tips



Creating project baselines

Once the Program (or Program box) schedule is ready you can create a Baseline schedule. An enabled Baseline creates 'phantom' tasks or a 'footprint' of the initial plan.

Any changes in task's schedule can be visualized on the timeline in comparison to a baseline so you can compare the current position of Start and End dates with the original values.

You can create baselines for all tasks or selected tasks only.

Once created, the baseline will be updated in all of the Programs. It is important to note that the Baselines can be stored using Custom Fields selected in the Global configuration - Task configuration, therefore they can be mapped to Jira. You can edit these values directly using the Jira issue edit dialog at any time.

Viewing project baselines


Baselines can be viewed on the timeline when enabled. The base line is indicated with the bold line.