Quick Start - Creating a Task

Intro

In this example, we will run through a very simple task - "Make a Cup of Tea"

The process to follow should give you a thorough enough grounding to get the most out of DayViewer.

We recommend opening a new browser tab follow the steps along. It should take less than 5 minutes to complete this.

Step 1

After logging into DayViewer, Select Tasks in the Side Panel Menu

If you are on a desktop you will see an in-line form along the top of the main layout - this is the Quick Entry form. (on mobile, the quick entry will drop down when you click the button )

Enter "Make a Cup of Tea" as the Title, as shown in the image below. You can set any date and time you wish, and also any duration of your choice - in the example we select 15min as the duration. Click ADD button to create the Task Entry.

online task calendar

The following images show where your new entry will be available

online task managertask editor

Step 2

Great, Now let's add some more details, maybe we need a procedure so that in the event of this being a Team Task, everyone will know how to make a perfect cup of tea using the same method. Let's do this by going back to the Tasks Card View area.

Next Click on the Edit Icon - as shown in the image below

online task edit

The edit form will open as shown below, once opened, you will see that it is populated with that tasks information. We want to add a list to this task - so we select the List tab on the form.

online task list

Next we need to fill out the form with our procedure, simply copy as shown in the image below

online task checklist

Once that is all done, click Save button and you will return to the Task Cards View

All done, we now have a full task with a procedure all set up!

online task manager

Let's have a quick look at the calendar and some of the views available

Mouse Over the button with 3 vertical dots a menu of available views will show up here. Select each to see how your task will appear in each view.

online task manager

Summary

It's literally as easy as that. Play about with this task and the various calendar views, don't delete it yet though!... In the next tutorial we will use this example to create a shopping list for the ingredients, attach a label, attach an image to the note & task and set it as a recurring task! ... don't worry it's very quick and simple.

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