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Tasks in Kwoosh

Let’s take a quick look at how tasks work withinKwoosh.

Tasks allow you to track a single chunk of work that needs to be done on your project. They can be detailed or brief. Tasks can be assigned to users and prioritized with drag and drop. Like screens, you can highlight tasks different colors to assign extra meaning.

Screenshot of tasks within Kwoosh. It shows a list of tasks. There are user icons next to those which have been assigned to that person, speech bubbles next to those with comments and counters next to those with sub-tasks.

Tasks are infinitely nestable. This is great for keeping track of any sub-tasks that need delegation, and allows you to break down and plan out larger tasks into clear next steps.

Nesting also allows us to show you the full context of your work. Sound complex? It’s not.

Animated gif showing the flow through Kwoosh. The user is clicking through from the base of an app to a task.

What you’re seeing above is Jane drilling down into her website project. She’s able to quickly understand the context, relationships, and structure. She can see which tasks remain in each section, and has broken down and assigned sub-tasks to members of her team.

—jw