Tasks Tag

13 Sep

Task Completion Notification

We have released a new feature called our Task Completion Notification. This feature can be turned on or off in the settings of your Tasks page for each project. When turned on, it creates a popup screen that allows a user who just completed a...

12 Jan

Project Status Report

Getting progress updates on all your projects is never easy. That's why we just released an Overall Project Status report. Managing multiple projects, priorities, and resources takes lots of planning and communication. This new report gives you access to the information you need instantly and includes a high level...

15 Oct

Video Testimonial: Feedback from a long-time Projecturf User

In this short video testimonial, Rob Ragusa explains how Digital Ink Technologies benefits from using Projecturf. Rob Ragusa is the Director of Technology and has been using Projecturf everyday for over 6 years. In this timespan, Rob has seen Projecturf evolve from a simple project management application...

03 Jun

Rolling Out the API and Our Commitment to It’s Success

The API has been at the top of our list for a while, but we've had several other changes to the app that were critical before releasing it. Changes to the UI were published a few weeks ago and dragging and dropping of tasks was a major update...

03 Apr

Single Task View

When you are working on an important task or you want to share the task with someone, you can use the single task view.  This view is available as an option in the sidebar on every task and subtask. To access the single task view, click...

17 Mar

Drag and Drop Your Tasks!

We've been listening to your requests and the number one suggestion has officially arrived! You now have the ability to drag and drop your tasks in any order you like and in any of your projects. This makes it very easy to prioritize and organize...

02 Dec

Speed Up Your Work with Tags

Once you start working on a project with your team, one of the first things you'll realize is how quickly you can enter data into your app. For example, to add a task you simply type in the new task and hit enter. This allows you to add lots of data in a short amount of time. You can then go back and add the details later (i.e. setting due dates and assigning it to people). However, once you start getting used to typing in data quickly and hitting enter, you'll realize how nice it is to have tags available. By entering a tag, you skip an entire step for each entry. In the example below, you'll see that I've added two users to this task without needing to click on the contacts icon and select them or add them later in the info panel:
21 Nov

Quick Tip: Apply Multiple Task Filters

When you are managing lots of different projects and priorities, you need an efficient and simple way to view and update tasks and schedules. One of the benefits you'll quickly realize when using Projecturf is that all of your data is organized and always at your fingertips. To access tasks easily, simply apply the filters on the top left of the tasks section. For example, if you want to see all of Bruce's and John's tasks on a project, click the People filter and select Bruce & John as shown here: