Overview and background
After you have created a Project, you will likely create many tasks pertinent to that project. Fortunately, there is a way to keep track of the large volume of content that you and other users on the Project-- the "Filter Tasks" option.
How to filter tasks
|Step 1:||Open your project and navigate to the 'Tasks' tab.|
|Step 2:||Select the 'Filter tasks' option in the top-right corner.|
|Step 3:||Adjust the parameters in the 'Filter tasks' window to isolate tasks.|
Filter a Task by Category
Tip: Use the 'Filter tasks' tool to view the verified tasks which have been automatically archived.
The 'Filter Tasks' Box
Red numbers explained in detail below photo
A list of the categories in your project that you can filter by. Defaults to all categories if unspecified.
|2. Assignees||A list of the task assignees you can filter by. Defaults to all assignees if unspecified|
|3. Plans||Here you can specify the folder(s), plan tag(s), or specific plan(s) you would like to filter your tasks by.|
|4. Tags||Isolate by the tags you have used in the Task Attributes section.|
|5. Location||Isolate by the locations you have used in the task attributes section.|
|6. Time Filter||This allows you to sort by when a task was last modified and created. Or the Start and End date of a task, as indicated in the "Task Attributes" section. Or if a task is Overdue or has been Completed or Verified.|
|7. Time Filter||Allows you to designate the period of time for the above parameters. This will default to all time.|
|8. Show all verified tasks||
Use this option to view verified tasks that have been automatically archived.
These articles provide more detail about creating and organizing the tasks in your project.