Firstly, here's a quick video showing you how to use the Tasks App:
...And here's a longer training video that will explain all the features in more detail:
To add a task to a ticket simply click in the "add a task" box, type the task to be completed and press enter.
To mark a task as completed, simply click the checkbox next to it and it will change to completed.
To delete a task, hover over the task you want to get rid of and on the right, click the down arrow.
Then click delete from the menu.
To convert a task into a sub-task ticket, from the menu on the right, click on "Convert to ticket".
This will open a new ticket. You'll then need to add a description, choose the requester and add any additional tasks you'd like completed on the sub ticket before, submitting.
At this point, the ticket you've just created will be linked to the original parent ticket. As you'll see in the app - on the sub-ticket it will show that it's linked to X ticket.
And on the parent ticket, you'll also see that the item that used to be a regular task, is now represented as a ticket.
Notice that the tick box is now greyed out? Since this is task is represented by a whole other ticket, for this task to be completed the ticket will need to be solved first. At that point the task will automatically be marked as completed.
If you've got lists of tasks that often need to be completed on a recurring basis in your business, then turning those lists into re-usable lists will save you and your team a lot of time.
To create a list template, click on the tasks icon in the left hand menu bar.
Then click on "Add task list" on the left and give the task a name.
Start adding list items by clicking in the "Add task" box, and press "enter" once you've typed the task.
(Alternatively, if you have a pre-existing list, you can simple copy and paste it into a new task and the list will automatically populate.)
Now that you've created your list, you can go to any ticket, and from the dropdown list in the Tasks app, choose the list you've just created to see the entire list added to the ticket with 2 clicks.
And that is how easy it is to use the tasks app!!