How do I add and manage tasks on my session?

Updated 3 months ago by Alicia Miranda

There are many features that Hours by Fiveable offers when it comes to joining or creating a session. One of these great features is the ability to add and manage tasks.

  1. First, you need to create a session. Not sure how to do that? Check out this article.
  2. After creating a session, you can begin adding sessions that you would like to complete. To add a task, type your task in the spot that says "Add Task."
  3. After typing in your task, click the green button with the "+" button. This will add your task onto your session.

What kind of features are within the Task feature?

There are several features within the Task feature that help you manage and sort your sessions. These features are:

Set current: Press the three dot menu to the right of your task(s). By setting one of your tasks as current, it lets you and others in your session know that you are currently working on completing that task.

Edit: Press the three dot menu to the right of your task(s). If you made a typo or want to add more onto a certain task you have the option of editing it.

Delete: Press the three dot menu to the right of your task(s). If you would like to delete a task or two, you can press the delete option.

Hide completed tasks: Identify the three dot menu to the right of your name and task percentage bar. If you would like to focus on the tasks that you have not yet completed, you can click the option that says "Hide completed."

Clear all tasks: Identify the three dot menu to the right of your name and task percentage bar. If you would like to start from scratch and delete all of your tasks you can click the option that says "Clear all tasks."

Still confused on how to add and manage your tasks? Check out this quick video:

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