Set up an Inbox project for your team to add tasks to on the go, and move them around as needed at a later time. With our new Move Task feature, you can now move tasks from project to project, and build a workflow that works best for your business!
We’re so excited to close off 2016 with one of the most requested features – Recurring Tasks! Best used for common tasks that need to be created regularly, you can set the recurrence to every X number of days or months allowing you to create tasks daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, annually etc.
Recurring Tasks are the perfect solution if you want to streamline your routine activities, for example, weekly standup meetings, monthly server maintenance, annual contract review, checking in on your social media performance, sending out newsletters, creating reports and much more.
We’ve added a cool need way to see how much time you’ve tracked against Tasks in your Avaza Projects.
You can now easily view task estimates, actual duration and remaining hours left on your tasks so you can easily analyze your project’s progress at a glance.
These visual indicators show the amount of time you’ve tracked against tasks and highlight when you are near or exceeding budgeted number of hours on a task. Read More
One of the updates to the Project Management Module is the addition of a Project Summary page. Users have often asked if there was a way they could get a quick overview of one project, without having to run reports, and we hope this page will meet those requirements.
The Project Summary page allows you to get a quick overview of task status for a particular project, as well as review the rate of tasks being completed versus the total tasks. These stats, and graphs (shown below), can also help you quickly ascertain projects that might be in danger of not getting completed on time.
Sub-tasks has been one of the most heavily demanded features, and it’s finally here. You can now break larger tasks down into smaller pieces, making it easier to get through the entire task. Team members can easily view sub-tasks on each task in the Project-level view, and through the task itself.
Use tags to organize, and add context, to your tasks. Sometimes you need to organize tasks by more than just section, and this is a great way to do that.
Use Tags on Tasks and Files
Tagging tasks is simple. Click on any task and scroll to the Tags box to add a tag. You can add multiple tags for the same task, or color-coordinate them based on your need. To add a color icon, simply click on the tag and choose from 10 color options. Read More
Avaza has always strived to make it easier for you to get more done, and the Drag & Drop feature does just that. Instead of having to open each task to manually mark it as completed or change the person it is assigned to, Drag & Drop allows you to do all this and more easily.
Managing files is a crucial part of project management, which is why Avaza has a powerful file management system that lets you view and manage all files on a project in a very simple way. You can now see all files relevant to the projects you are on in the Files Tab, enjoy file previews, access tagging and search functionality.
One feature that has been requested by many customers is the ability to see all tasks assigned to a particular person, even those across projects, in one place. Avaza has recently introduced My Tasks, which allows you to do just that.
Having access to a bird’s-eye view of a particular team member’s, or your own, tasks is definitely something that can help you manage workload and ensure projects get completed on time and within budget. It is also more productive to be able to view tasks assigned to you without getting distracted by what the remainder of the team is up to, so you can get a quick start on your day.
You may have noticed a lot of changes in the way Avaza looks and feels recently, and one of the biggest changes by far is the option to view tasks in both List-view and as Kanban boards.