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Creating a project allows us to group multiple tasks together, meaning we can allocate groups of tasks at once. For example, you could  filter for all tasks in a certain region relating to fire door replacement and issue the project to a particular contractor.

To find an existing project, enter the title of the project into the search field or select ‘Project’ from the type drop down filter. Double click on a project to view the tasks within it.

Projects and their tasks are displayed in the data grid – allowing us to view total projects or tasks, group, sort or download them as a PDF report – see ‘Using The Data Grid’ .

Creating a New Project

Once we have identified a series of tasks to place into a project we need to create it.  If needing to edit the name of an existing project, rather than creating a new one, see ‘Editing a Project’.

To create a new project;

(From tasks page) select ‘New’ > ‘Project’ > type project title > ‘Create Project’


Editing a Project

  1. Double click on the project you would like to edit (if viewing all tasks it will be easier to first filter ‘Type’  field for ‘Projects’)
  2. Click ‘Project’ > select ‘Edit Project’
  3. Click ‘Edit Task’ to add/change project details > ‘Save Task’ 
  4. To add a comment against the task click ‘Add Comment’ (RH side)



Clicking the arrow on the ‘Save Task’ arrow presents us the option to add a comment.


After naming the project we may wish to add a further description of the project. W can also assign it to certain users or teams, prioritise it and assign a category.

Adding Tasks to a Project

Once our project is named and setup we can start adding tasks to it, doing so by filtering the task list in the data grid to add either one or multiple tasks at a time.

Click ‘Add’ button > filter/search for tasks to add > select* tasks to add > click ‘Add Selected’

*see ‘Updating Multiple Tasks’ for selecting multiple rows from the data grid

We suggest clicking on task rows, not the tick boxes (because the Ctrl and Shift key functions have no effect unless clicking a task row)


In this example we have selected three tasks for adding to the project.

Removing Tasks from a Project

Click ‘Remove’ button > select tasks to remove > ‘Remove Selected’

See ‘Adding Tasks’ for how to make multiple selections from task list

Deleting a Project

Double click project for deletion > click ‘Project’ button > select ‘Delete’

Once a project has been deleted, the tasks in that project become available for adding to another.

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