Properties are bits of information about a task/note. By defining these bits of information in separatly labeled chunks, we can do interesting things with the information like sort your task list by Date Due or Priority; or show all tasks that are more than 50% complete.
Here is a list of all of the properties of a task and a description of each property:
The Owner of a task or note is the person responsible for that item.
- Group Permissions on Tasks/Notes
Each task/note can specify which group(s) have permission to view/edit this task/note. Adding a group to a task allows all members of that group to see/edit the task according to their User Permissions.
Use the Title property to enter a brief description of the task or note.
- Notes Field
Use the Notes Field to hold the details of the task or note.
- Date Due
- Recurring Task
- URL Fields
You can attach URLs to tasks and notes using the URL Fields.
You can attach files to tasks and notes.
- % Complete
Sometimes a task is ongoing and it is not fully complete, even when its sub-tasks are all completed or the current status is 100%. Or perhaps, you have completed the task in question but you want to remember to go back and check on it again later. Making a task sticky means it will still show up on the Home Screen (if it is a root task) and in the task tree.
Check the Billable checkbox if the task is for a project you are billing on.
- Time Spent
Use the Time Spent property to keep track of how long each task took.
- Date Entered
The Date Entered property shows the date and time the task or note was created (and by who).
- Last Modified
The Last Modified property shows the date and time the task or note was last modified (and by who).
- Task RSS Feed
Each task has a Task RSS Feed.
- Task iCalendar
Each task has a Task iCalendar.
- View Task iCalendar