In PSOhub users can manage their own tasks and create new ones for task boards to which they already belong. They can do this via My Tasks or via a project (if they have the adequate access level - i.e. Team Member Plus and up).
Navigate to the menu Task board and use the drop down arrow to select My Tasks. This view will allow each user to see all the tasks assigned to him/her.
List view tasks
By default the tasks will be displayed with the List view.
You will find in here the status of the task, the log time button, the name, project and people assigned to this task as well as its priority, due date and a green flag if it is a milestone.
To update the status of a task or a milestone from this view, simply click on the circle of the column Status. Each click will update the task to the following stage.
An empty circle will indicate that the task is not started.
Half a circle will indicate that the task is in progress.
A check mark will indicate that the task is completed.
A click on a completed task will bring it back to the status Not Started and the following one to the status In Progress; i.e. it is possible to move back a task to its previous stages.
To access a file attached to a task, simply click the down arrow of the line.
To update the sub-task(s) of a task, click on the corresponding line and navigate to the Checklist section.
You can also from here update the Notes of the task.
Board view tasks
To change the view to display the tasks as cards, click on the corresponding icon.
Each card will show the name of the task, the task list, to whom it's been assigned, the level of priority as well its due date. You can also from here log time and update the completion of your sub-tasks (if they are checked to be shown on the card).
To update the status of a task or a milestone from this view, simply click on the circle located at the top left of the task.
To access a file attached to a task or add a Note, click on the name of the task and PSOhub will open it.
Accessing My Tasks via the Personal Dashboard
In addition to this, a user will find in the Personal Dashboard, "My top 10 Tasks to do" - a combination of "To do" and "To be completed tasks" based on the Due Date.
From here, a simple click on "Show all tasks" will bring you to My Tasks.
Updating tasks, sub-tasks and milestones via a Project
If a user is a Team Member Plus, he/she will have access to projects where he/she is a team member and will be able to update his/her tasks from there as well.