Task

 

What is a task?

A task is a unit of work that is managed by Tasifier. You use Tasifier to plan tasks, manage tasks and keep track of the progress of tasks. This page shows you how to do.

 

Creating and editing task

You create a task when you want someone, including you, to do something. This pages details the steps you need to take to create and edit tasks in Tasifier.

 

Deleting task

If a task is created by mistake, or if you decide it's no longer needed, you can delete it. This page shows you how to delete task in Tasifier.

 

Searching task

When you want to locate a task with its subject, either part of or the entire subject, use the search function. This page details the steps you need to take to search and refine search result.

 

Following task

Follow is the action to make a member become a follower of a task. Follower will receive notifications when the task is updated. Notifications are sent as inbox messages. This page details the steps you need to take to follow and unfollow a task.

 

Adding comment

Comment is a message that can be posted to a task in response to the task submitter's initial message, or as a reply to comment(s) posted by other members. This page details the steps you need to take to post a comment.

 

Using attachment

Attachment is a file that you can include as part of your task, or comment. It can be a Word document, a PDF file, an image, a video, or virtually any other type of file. This page details the steps you need to take to attach file to a task in Tasifier.

 

Subtasks

A Subtask is a unit of work that is a breakdown of a bigger piece of work. You add subtask when you want to break a task into smaller parts to achieve better management and better use of resources. This page details the steps you need to take to view and add subtasks.

 

Viewing other member's tasks

You can review the workload of teammates by opening their My Tasks page and read the tasks listed there. This page details the steps to view other member's tasks.

 
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