Docket Task Manager is designed to help you manage your tasks from your Docket meetings. When you are assigned a task, you can view the task in your My Tasks in the upper right corner of your Docket meeting workspace. 

My Tasks

My Tasks displays in the upper right corner of your Docket meeting workspace and includes a count of tasks that are in an incomplete status. The counter will show bright blue when a new task(s) has been added since the last time you opened the Task Manager. The counter will show gray once you have opened the Task Manager. 

The counter will immediately reflect a change in the count by increasing when a task has been assigned in a meeting or decreasing when a task has been marked complete, the task has been changed to a different owner, or the task is deleted from the meeting it originated from.

Task Views

The Task Manager enables you to see tasks in several different views. All tasks are sorted from top to bottom by the most recent due. Any tasks created that do not have a due date will be marked as, "Set Date" and sort at the bottom of the task list. 

Incomplete Tasks

This view displays any tasks assigned to you that are currently not marked complete. You can mark them complete directly in the Task Manager panel or click on the task to get to the meeting and mark it complete in the meeting. Either way, the task will reflect the status change to complete in both the meeting and the Task Manager panel. 

When viewing the task in the Task Manager panel, when you mark it complete, the task will be checked and will disappear. But you can see it again on the Complete Tasks view.

Complete Tasks

The Complete Tasks view displays any tasks that have been check marked as complete. You can mark them incomplete directly in the Task Manager panel or click on the task and get to the meeting and mark it incomplete in the meeting. Either way, the task will reflect the status change to incomplete in both the meeting and the Task Manager panel.

When viewing the task in the Task Manager panel, when you mark it incomplete, the task will be unchecked and will disappear. But you can see it again on the Incomplete Tasks view.

All Tasks

This view shows you all tasks, incomplete and complete. You can still control changing their status directly in this view or click on a task to get to the meeting it originated from and change the status there as well. 

When viewing the task in the Task Manager panel, when you change the status to complete or incomplete, the task will be checked and will remain, unlike the other views, because this view shows the tasks regardless of status. 

Task Meeting Content

When viewing a task in the Task Manager panel, you may want additional context on the task. Viewing the task in the meeting it originated from can give you the additional information you are looking for. You can hover over the task and view a tool tip for the meeting title and date or click the task and jump straight to the meeting.

Modifying a Task or Assign a Due Date

To change the task or due date, click the task from the Task Manager panel which will take you to the meeting it originated from. Once there, you can modify an incomplete task text and add or modify the due date. This change will be immediately reflected on your Task Manager task list. 

Tasks in Recurring Meeting History

Use your recurring Meeting History in Docket to collaboratively review past meeting tasks and progress. When in a meeting that is a part of a recurring series, go to the Docket Notes tab and click on Meeting History. Scroll through the past recurring meeting notes and check off completed tasks in your project status meetings. 

Tasks on Your Daily Digest

When you have tasks due today, these will display at the bottom of your Daily Digest.

You can click on any task directly from your Daily Digest and it will take you to the meeting for more context, to edit the content or due date, or to mark the task complete.

For more information on taking notes, assigning tasks and due dates, as well as viewing meeting history, see the article on Taking Meeting Notes in Docket.

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