Managing your day-to-day tasks can be a tedious process, but the Quick Task feature gives you all the tools needed to manage everyone's tasks all the time. Connecteam also enables you to create tasks for your team that are not time-related. Meaning that you can create tasks for yourself, your employees, or teams which do not have start and end dates and can be done whenever needed.

This article will go over:

How to Create a Single Task with No Start/Dnd dates Step by Step:

To begin creating a task click on the Quick Tasks feature on the left sidebar menu. Then click on the + Add Task button and select Add a Single task and fill out all the relevant information.

If the task does not have a start date click the X-mark by the start date

If the task does not have a due date click the X-mark by the due date

Pro tip: If the task doesn't have a start or due date simply click the X-mark by both the start and end dates.

Note that, when publishing the task you will receive a pop-up stating that the task with no start and due date will be displayed under the list view only, and not in the date view.

How to Create Multiple Tasks With No Start/Due Date Step by Step

To create multiple tasks click on the Quick Tasks feature on the left sidebar menu. Select add task. Click on Add Multiple tasks and fill out all the relevant information.

If the task doesn't have a start date and time, click the X-mark by the start date

If the task doesn't have a due date and time, click the X-mark by the due date

Pro tip: If the task doesn't have a start or due date simply click the X-mark by both the start and end dates.

Note that similar to when publishing a single task with no state/end date when publishing multiple tasks you will also receive a pop-up (seen above) stating that the task with no start and due date will be displayed under the list view only.

How Do Tasks with No Start/Due Dates Look in the Quick Tasks Feature?

On the Dashboard

Task which do not have a start date will appear in the date view, but will only appear on the day they are due. If you think about it this makes sense, tasks without a start date can be started anytime, but must be completed.

Take a look at how this looks below, where you can see that my task with only a due date appear in the dates view on the day it is due.

As mentioned previously, tasks without an end date will appear only in the List View and will be grouped by the tag they are associated with.

Take a look at how this looks below, where about can see that the task Resident Evaluations which has no start or end date only appears in the List View.

Pro Tip: Note that the other task in the image above, the Intern Acceptance Letters Task is the same task we saw previously in the date view. This task also appear in the list view because any task can appear in the list view, but only tasks with start/end dates can appear in the date view.

In the Mobile App

In the list view all the tasks vill appear regardless of if it includes a start or end date.

In the date view however, if a task doesn't have a start/due date it will be on the Today section of the mobile app and like any other task users can click on it to receive more information.

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