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Lists and tasks

Lists:
These are the lists of your project "" which hold "tasks" (also called "items"). The first list "To Do" was created automatically; create further lists if needed.
The menu icon on the active list allows you to protect the list with a password (i.e. reading only with password), or to freeze it so people can still view the tasks, but not change them, and much more.

Tasks:
All tasks of the current list are displayed, sorted as defined with the sorting icon inside of the blue bubble menu . Enter tasks (or items) in the top row. Tasks can have details; click on the task menu to state details, due dates, priority, assignees and much more. Long-press a task to mark it with a specific color.
Search for a task within the active list or for its unique ID.
You can also comment tasks or move/copy them to another list or to another project (on a desktop also with drag and drop to the target list or target project in the active project overview; see Settings).

Generic:
Click on in the blue bubble menu to see also checked tasks. Bookmark this page, or share it. Go back to the overview via the top-most link.
Click on a project title to enter it and access to do items.

On desktops/notebooks, you can use keyboard shortcuts - enable the overview in the 'Settings' dialogue in case you switched it off.

Read more explanations and articles at stuff.frankdux.de, and start here.

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