With Edworking, you can do and achieve more. If you"re just getting started, here"s a quick review of the most important things to know for you to begin right on track.
As defined by Cambridge Dictionary, a task is a piece of work to be done, especially one done regularly, unwillingly, or with difficulty. In project management, a task is defined as a single work unit – a single step in a multi-phase project. A task must be completed by a specific deadline and contribute to the achievement of work-related goals. A task can be further broken down into subtasks, which should likewise have defined start and finish dates for completion.
To create a task, simply follow these easy instructions.
If you"re in a hurry because of an urgent meeting or something, with Edworking, you can create a quick task. In the Tasks dashboard, you can see 4 categories namely: Backlogs, In Progress, Reviewing, and Completed.
You can see "Create Task" under each category. Simply click it, input the task name and click "Add."
If the task has been started, you can move the task over to the next category. Press and do not release the left mouse button and drag the task over to where it should be based on the status of the task.
With Edworking, editing a task is made easier. Simply click the task to open it and point your cursor to where you want your task to be modified. You can also reassign to a different colleague, change the deadline, or modify the task description.
If you"ve already added your team members in your project using Edworking, assigning a task will be much easier. You can assign a task by the time you create it or reassign anytime.
In the Task Description field, you can see different icons that will help you organize your task description well. You can make the project name as Header 1, the name of the task as Header 2 and the subtasks in Header 3.
You may also want to add bullet points and numbering to list the subtasks according to the order of priority.
There is also a feature where you can bold, italize, or underline words in your task description.
Additionally, you can add hyperlinks, embed images, and videos.
When you click to open the task, in the bottom portion, there are buttons that will allow you to add media and files. Simply click the button and choose files from your computer.
The good thing about Edworking is you can give your team member an idea of what technology to be used while doing the task. You can add up to 3 technologies. Click the "Select" button and search for an app or software that you may want to add. Note that not all apps are there.
With Edworking, you can create different sections or states. You don"t only stick with the four default sections (Backlogs, In Progress, Reviewing, Completed). You can add, delete, or rename any sections.
Our everyday lives revolve on a set of tasks that we define as we go along in order to fulfil our objectives and SMART goals. In our quest to stay at the top of our game and maintain our competitive edge, we frequently bite off more than we can chew.
Although everything appears to be of top priority, something goes wrong in this race to get things done while keeping your cool. Therefore, workload balance and time management abilities must be practiced at all levels, especially while working in a team. If not, it might have detrimental consequences for the entire project.