All fields can be found and changed in the task details pane. Click on any task to open it.
Each task is in a project. If you work with boards, then in addition to the project, a board and a column are associated with the task. Together, they indicate the location of the task.
You can change the location of the task using the corresponding fields:
If, while working with boards, you move a task from one column to another, the value of the corresponding field will also change.
Each task must have an executor. A task without an executor brings chaos to the work, because, formally, no one is engaged in it.
You can select the executor from the drop-down list with people who have access to the project and the board. The list can be called up in three places:
1. When creating a task by clicking on the profile icon or by using the hotkeys Ctrl + 2.
2. By clicking on the profile icon on the task card.
3. By clicking on the profile icon on the panel with detailed information on the task.
Like a task without a executor, a task without a deadline is of no benefit. If a task has no deadline, it is not clear when to start it.
To indicate the date:
1. Click on the calendar icon on the task card or on the panel with detailed information on it.
2. Select a date on the mini-calendar.
By default, this will be the start date for the task.
НOn the mini-calendar, you can indicate the exact time by which you need to submit the task.
If you work in calendar mode, when you move a task from one column to another (from date to date), the task's deadline will also change.
Also, if your workspace has a Pro-subscription, you can indicate the end date of work on the task. This will turn an ordinary task into a "long" one, and it will move to a special timeline above the columns of the calendar:
Here you can make the task repetitive. For this:
1. Turn off the "Repeat" toggle switch;
2. Indicate the conditions of repetition (in which case and on what days it is necessary to repeat).
All settings will be saved automatically, and the task will start repeating.
When there are a lot of tasks, you can easily get lost, because it is not clear which task to do first. In this case, the WEEEK has a priority system.
To prioritize a task:
1. Open the panel with detailed information on the task.
2. Click on "Priority".
3. Select a priority from the drop-down list.
There are four priorities in total:
If a task has a priority, it is displayed on the card as a "highlight" next to the task card.
When creating a task, you can choose its type:
WEEEK displays each type of task differently and notifies it differently.
You can select the type of task:
1. At the stage of creating a task, by clicking on the icon of the task type, or by using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + 1.
2. On the panel with detailed information on the task, by clicking on the "Type" button.
The issue type is always displayed on the issue card.
If the title of the task is not enough and you need more details, you can add a description.
The task description editor supports text formatting:
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