Task Lists

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Task Lists are core parts of a Project. Lists are useful to group tasks and break your projects into stages.

You can create unlimited number of task lists,  archive/unarchive them, define list name, color and reorder by drag&drop.

Task List Menu

To open a list menu click three-dots icon on the top-corner of a list.

Create a Task List

To create a task list:

  • Click [] icon at the top-right corner of the application.
  • Press “alt+l” keyboard shortcut.
  • Double click anywhere in the board.

Update Task List Name

  • You can just click on a list name and write your new list name. The new name will be auto saved.
  • Click Rename on List Menu.

Task List Color

  1. Click anywhere in a task list header.
  2. Open List Menu and click color.

Delete Task List

  1. Open task list menu
  2. Click Delete.

Order Lists

To change order of your list click anywhere in task list header, drag to your desired position and drop.

Archive Lists

  1. Open list menu.
  2. Click Archive.

Un-Archive Lists

  1. Open list menu.
  2. Click Send to board.

Move List to Another Project

You can move your lists to another projects in two ways:

Move by using list menu:

  1. Open list menu.
  2. Click Move.

Move with drag&drop:

  1. Click your list header.
  2. Drag&drop it on a project at the left side “Projects” section.

Copy Task Lists

You can copy your lists to another projects in two ways:

Move by using list menu:

  1. Open list menu.
  2. Click Copy.

Move with drag&drop:

  1. Click your list header.
  2. Drag&drop it on a project at the left side “Projects” section by pressing Ctrl key.

Focus to a List

When you focus to a list, other lists will be dimmed so you can concentrate on focused list.

Focus on a list by using list menu:

  1. Open list menu.
  2. Click Focus.

You can also focus on a list by double-clicking on a list header.

Archive Completed Tasks

  1. Open list menu.
  2. Click Archive.

Delete Completed Tasks

  1. Open list menu.
  2. Click Delete Completed Tasks.
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