If your work life's all laid out in Gantt charts but you're not happy with the tool you're using, check out Tom's Planner, a web-based project scheduling and collaboration tool.
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If you use Microsoft Project or various other project scheduling tools, Tom's Planner covers the same basic territory: You can use it to schedule out how your team will tackle a project over any given period using Gantt charts. Tom's Planner is an easy-to-use, intuitive tool for handling your project scheduling, sharing your schedule with your team and more. The app's been built to look and feel just like a desktop application, so you can right-click, Shift+Click, drag and drop, and do pretty much everything you'd expect to get from a desktop application. You can also export it to Microsoft Project, export to an image or publish the schedule online for your team.
Tom's Planner is free during its beta period; after the beta, the application may go premium, but according to their signup page, anyone who joined during the app's beta will get at least a full year of free service, so it seems worth a try.