From the flyout menu, select ‘Edit Task’. The task form will open and you can make changes to the task properties.
From the flyout menu, select ‘Edit Subtree’ and select delete. If the task has children, you will be asked if you want to delete the task or subtree. If you delete the task, all the children will be reparented to the deleted task’s parent. Selecting subtree will delete the task and all its descendents.
From the task form, tap the owner field. You can select any other ForeSource user in your organization to become the new task owner
If you are the owner of the task, you cannot unfollow the task.
From the task form, you can choose to follow or unfollow a task by pressing the bell icon in the upper right. If the icon is blue, you are following the task.
Task types are a way to group tasks that share a similar characteristic. Types are defined by the user and can be created or updated at any time. Types can represent functional responsibility (eg permitting, purchasing) or milestones (eg inspection).
In the search bar on the task type list, begin typing the name of the task. The list will filter for matches. If you do not find the task you are looking for, press the ‘+’ icon on the search bar. When the task form opens, you can choose the color for the task type.
Parent task dates and durations are controlled by their children. The start date is the earliest start date of its children and the end date is the end date of its latest child. To adjust the dates of the parent, you have to adjust the dates of the children.
From the task form, select the date field. The date range dialog will open. You can select a new start date from the calendar. You can adjust the end date by adjusting the duration, the percent compete, or selecting a new date on the calendar.
ForeSource groups tasks using a parent/child relationship. Every task has a parent. As you break down your project down according to the work to be done, you add those tasks as children.