Viewing tasks in Task Pool
You can list out the tasks stored in a Task Pool by selecting the Task Pool from the Left Pane. Tasks are listed row by row. The final row is empty, and allows you to create new task in the Task Pool.
|Viewing tasks in Task Pool
Sort tasks by priority
This is the default way of how tasks are sorted. When tasks are sorted by priority, they are listed by following the order they were created in the Task Pool, or later reordered by team members.
The numbers in front of a task (row) indicate its order. Next to it your have a thumbnail of the assignee, and the subject of task.
|Sort tasks by priority
Sort tasks by assignee
By sorting tasks by assignee, tasks are sorted and grouped by the name of the team members to whom they are assigned. Tasks that have no assignee, if any, are grouped and put at the final group, named Non assigned.
|Sort tasks by assignee
Sort tasks by due date
Tasks with due date set are put at a grouped named Active, and are sorted base by their due dates. Tasks without due date set are put in a group named No due date.
|Sort tasks by due date
If you want to list only tasks that are in a specific tag, use Filter. By clicking on the Filter menu, you will see a list of defined tags. By choosing a tag, the task lists in the Main Pane will be updated to list only tasks that are in the tag selected.
To remove a filter, click on the Filter menu again and select Show All from the drop down menu.
Search enables you to quickly locate a task, or a set of tasks by entering part of the tasks' names. For example, you can enter "login" to find out all the tasks that contains the word "login" in their subjects, such as "develop the login function", "prepare login screen design", "write login guides", etc.
By clicking on the Search field, you can start typing the keyword of task. Press Enter to start searching. The task lists in the Main Pane will be updated to list only tasks that have their subjects containing the keyword you entered.
|Search in Task Pool
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