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Task Lists

You can create a simple task list so that users can check off tasks as they are completed.

  • What you type:
    {tasklist:Help Desk Priorities}
    Buy donuts
    Get change for vending machines
    Order pizza
    Watch videos on YouTube
    {tasklist}
    
  • What you get:

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    Help Desk Priorities

    1. handler

      Pet dog

      Priority HIGH
      kpchow@lbl.gov
      Sep 23, 2009
    2. handler

      Watch videos on YouTube

      Priority MEDIUM
      N/A
    3. handler

      Order pizza

      Priority MEDIUM
      N/A
    4. handler

      Get change for vending machines

      Priority MEDIUM
      N/A
    5. handler

      Buy donuts

      Priority MEDIUM
      N/A

Task list features

  • Add new task: Enter another task in the white space and click "Add"

  • Edit: Click the pencil icon to the right of the task name.

  • Delete: Click the trash-can icon to the right of the task name.

  • More Options: Click the arrow icon to the left of the task.
    • Priority: Assign a priority

    • Assign the task to someone: Enter the name of the person you want to complete the task
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1 Comment

  1. The "What you type" and the "What you get" are not synchronized.

    The order of the items specified and the items themselves are different.