Only active tasks appear on the calendar. This is because the orientation of the calendar is to tasks which still need to be carried out.
If you mark a task complete it will disappear from the calendar, however it still exists and can be seen from the plan view. If you go to the plan view and click the colored button (ie. make the task active again) it will reappear in the calendar view.
From the calendar you can view and edit tasks, and by rotating the phone you can drag and extend tasks.\n\nBut a task only exists within the context of a plan. To create or delete tasks you need to be in a plan.
The calendar is simply a view of your tasks by day. From the calendar you can view and edit tasks, and by rotating the phone you can drag and extend tasks.
But a task only exists within the context of a plan. To create or delete tasks you need to be in a plan.
In the Plan page (with the list of tasks) click on a task and use the calendars to set the start and end dates.
Alternatively from the Plan page rotate the phone screen to landscape. The display will change to schedule view. From here you can:
- scroll the calendar
- drag a task to a new date
- drag from the start or end of the task to change the duration.
Rotating the phone to portrait will return to the Plan page. Note that if autoschedule is set on, the tasks will be moved to conform with the autoschedule dates.
In the Plan page (with the list of tasks) swipe right to make a task a sub-task, or left to promote a sub-task to a main task.
To delete a plan go to the main Plans list page and select “Edit”. A deletion option will appear for each plan. Note that left swiping a plan from this screen will also delete the plan.
To delete a task go to the plan page (with the list of tasks) and select “Edit”. A deletion option will appear for each task.
Select your plan, and add your high level tasks. Then for each high level task add the sub-tasks required to complete it.
For example if your plan is “Decorate house” your first set of tasks might be “Decorate front room”, “Decorate kitchen”, “Decorate bedroom”.
Your next set would give more detail, for example “Clear walls and floors”, “Fill holes in walls”, “Paint walls”.
Then structure your plan. Select the “Edit” menu and drag the sub tasks under the high level tasks in order. Then exit “Edit” and right-swipe each sub-task in turn. The sub-task will move to the right and the task above will become a parent.
To create a plan, use the “+” button on the top right of the main Plans screen. When the plan screen appears give the plan a name based on your overall goal.
Finally, pick a category based upon the type or area of the plan.
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