The tasks in resourcing can be cut into smaller entities. A sub task is often connected to the main task or is a part of it. This is a tool that makes it easy for you to stay on track what is already done and what is still to be done.

How does a sub task differ from a task?

  • A sub task is created to one day only and its duration has to within 24 hours

  • A task always exceeds 24 hours and has no duration limit.

Connecting and creating a sub task onto a task

  • A sub task can be connected to as task and divided into smaller daily sections

  • A sub task can be created to different users

A sub task in the calendar

  • The duration of a sub task can be defined, for example from 10am to 2pm which is the timespan during which the task is visible in the Taimer calendar

  • By clicking on the sub task, work hours can be registered

Making sub tasks into work time

  • Open the sub task by clicking on it and choose Time entry. You are able to edit the time before saving

  • Define work type

  • Click make time entry and the entry turns into registered work hours

The tasks list on the home page

  1. In the coloured box you'll see whether the task is on schedule or whether it's past due. ( Red = past due, Yellow = deadline within 5 days, Grey = deadline within 6 or more days )

  2. Sub task: Time span ( from when to where) and how many hours resourced for it.

  3. On the left you can see hours resourced for the task and how many of them have been registered so far. The red colour indicates that the resources have been exceeded.

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