The original Project Status. Replaced by Project Panorama Lite Plugin. A responsive visual project tracker which shows percentage of completion, major
Project Status is a simply way to keep clients informed. Most project management systems are created for internal use and communication. When it comes to giving your client a high level picture of progress most systems are overkill.
Clients don't want to be bogged down by to-do lists, milestones and calendars. They want to know how far a project is from completion and what they are responsible for.
This plugin is a simply way to give clients that information while providing you with a high level overview of open projects and their standpoint. The plugin gives you the ability to:
Projects are displayed in a responsive template so clients can access and monitor their project from any device.
Read more about the plugin at the Project Panorama Website.
1.6 Improved shortcode output (now outputs where shortcode is placed). Fixed styling issues. 1.5.1 Fixed shortcode progress bar 1.5 Added a widget thanks to Marcin Trycz and incorporated Enrico Battocchi's Duplicate Post 1.4.1 + 18.104.22.168 Fixed some broken images (Argh SVN) 1.4 Added slider as the progress bar 1.3 Added short code for displaying project status with in pages, fixed some bugs with rendering if your WordPress install is not at the root directory 1.2 Added short code for front end viewing (thanks Sean). Added comments support (thanks Ricky). 1.1 Fixed wrong description under the 75% completed title. Fixes autosaving clearing descriptions by accident.
The idea of this plugin has been rolled into Project Panorama, which is a more expansive, updated and full featured plugin.
I have received a lot of requests for feature additions. Some of them are good ideas but beyond what I ever intend this plugin to do, others are great suggestions. The progress of this plugin is greatly hindered by my lack of time (I teach at two colleges and run an agency.) If anyone is up for helping evolve this plugin please contact me. In the meantime, I do plan on adding the following: