Garanntor Email robust task system is designed to help users keep track of the things they need to do. From shopping lists to long-term tasks, users can create lists of items, set due dates, update status and completion percentage, and even prioritize tasks.
To access your tasks, follow the simple guide below:
1. Click the Tasks icon. By default, the My Tasks source is displayed. (Though there may not be any tasks listed, just yet.) If other task sources are being shared with you, they will appear beneath My Tasks once they've been mapped.
To help you understand the different areas of the Tasks section of Garanntor Email, we created a simple interface diagram that labels various features and viewing areas.
2. To create a new task, click on the New button and a new window will popup.
3. Enter the necessary information in the fields below:
When you view your tasks, each task you have created or that's being shared with you will be listed on a separate card. Each card lists the following information, which is described in detail further down this page:
- Task Subject - This is a descriptive title of the task, such as "Fill out mortgage paperwork" or "Review New Website Content".
- Description - These are the details of the task. Using the HTML editor, a task's details can include bold text, lists, different fonts or fonts with different colors, pictures, links to websites or videos and more. You can be as creative as you like
- Start - The date and time the task is set to begin.
- Due - The date and time the task should be completed.
- Reminder - If you want a reminder notification to be sent when a task is about to End, select it from this dropdown.
- Priority - This allows you to set a level of importance for each task. A priority makes it much easier to sort tasks based on how important it is to complete those tasks.
- Status - Generally, these are:
- Cancelled - The task was created, but it was eventually decided it wasn't necessary.
- Not Started - The task was created -- perhaps more information is needed or it's dependent on a task from another user -- so it hasn't been started yet.
- Completed - The task is finished.
- In Progress - The task is currently being worked on.
- % Complete - This allows you to periodically update where you are in terms of completing the task. This is especially helpful if the task is being shared with others within your organization. As an aside, once a task hits 100%, it's "Status" will automatically change to "Completed". Conversely, if a task was set to 100% and, therefore, Completed, if the Completion Percentage changes to less than 100%, the Status of the task automatically changes to "In Progress".
4. Click save once you are done.
5. You will see the newly created tasks.
.And that's all there is to it.