We've covered spaces and projects and how they fit into the Taskbox hierarchy (if not, head over to spaces and projects to see more), now it's time to take a look at day to day work you will be completing. In Taskbox, these are what we call Tasks.

What are Tasks?

Tasks are the things that you need to complete for your Projects. They are anything and everything that you need to be completed. From filling up your car with fuel for a meeting to completing daily inspections for your project completion. Tasks can include anything you need for your work. From dates and priorities to forms and files, you can add, store manage and follow everything.

Where do Tasks fall into the hierarchy?

Tasks fit towards the bottom of the hierarchy. They belong to projects so you can break down exactly what needs to be completed for you to achieve your projects.

What do Tasks do for you?

Tasks can be anything from a simple checklist for completing to an extensive task profile where you store files, images, videos, forms, timesheets, messages, details and so much more. They are incredibly versatile and can be labelled with status's, checklists, notes, types and more.

Tasks can be viewed in lists, timelines, kanban boards, maps, emails, calendars, planners and more. They are everything you could possibly need to keep track of the work that you are completing.

What can you add to Tasks?

Taskbox allows you to add pretty much anything you could possibly require to a task.

  • Names

  • Details

  • Task types

  • Managers

  • Production dates

  • End dates

  • Priority

  • Locations

  • Overview

  • People

  • To Do's

  • Forms

  • Timesheets

  • Notes

  • Issues

  • Files

  • Photos

  • Audio files

  • Video

  • And much more

This flexibility allows you and your team to work the way you want from anywhere in the world.

What makes managing Tasks easy in Taskbox?

There is nothing worse than managing a list of things to do in a list of a document. You need to be able to see the work you need to complete in the format that works for the way you are working.

For example: If you are completing some tasks based on what has not been started yet, you would want to see work by status. Or if you want to see what is being completed today, you will want to see tasks by date.

The way you need to see work could change several times in a small space of time, because one minute you may want to see the date, then status, then location, then time and so on.

With Taskbox you can search for anything, manage work visually and control your days the way you want to. It delivers unrivalled organisation.

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