Communication is an essential part of project management. QuickPlan supports exporting the project to PDF and image files that can be used directly in reports or as raw material for reporting.
PDF - Export to a PDF file with options to customize content, layout, page size, and color style, generally used for sharing and printing.
Image file in JPEG and PNG formats - an easy way to clone the user interface display into images.
If necessary, you can export data to other systems for further processing.
CSV file - for transferring project data to other systems or for use as an Excel file.
MS Project file - in XML format for integration with MS Project (on Windows PC).
WBS file - to open with the SwiftApp WBS app (currently WBS is only available for iPad).
OPML file - to open in the Mindmap app and other outline apps.
Different users have different requirements for printing the project. QuickPlan offers pretty good customization options for PDF export (as a replacement for calling macOS print directly).
QuickPlan offers quite helpful customization options for PDF export (as a substitute for calling macOS print directly).
Customize the layout - for example, the option to include the outline list or Gantt chart and select task columns.
Customize the content - to specify whether you want to include the hidden tasks in groups or sub-projects.
Customize the PDF page size.
Customize rendering style - for example, options to specify the width of connecting lines, font size of text, the background of task groups, etc.
And options to control the header of all task fields.
Printing is a challenge for users when the NATURE of the project size is large because the project duration is long or there are many tasks. There is no way for the app (and sometimes not for a human) to export the project content CLEARLY to the PDF page with limited size. And the situation can be even more complicated because the DPI of printers is different. Sometimes zooming can cause a bad result.