Create Multiple Tasks at Once

| October 28th, 2009 | , , ,

Intervals Project Management Software Update: Create Multiple Tasks at Once

Intervals now offers users the ability to create multiple tasks at once for projects and milestones. Project managers and others will find this feature useful when the need arises to quickly create several homogeneous tasks. When starting a new project it is often the case that a project manager will need to add several new tasks to get the project moving. It is also common for a project already in progress to require several similar tasks distributed among different team members to keep the momentum going. Whatever your need, creating multiple tasks at once will move projects and milestones along at a faster pace.

To use this new feature in Intervals, navigate to a project or a milestone and click the Create Multiple Tasks link in the left column. This will take you to the page for creating multiple tasks with the project or milestone information pre-filled for you. Quickly add as and complete as many more tasks as you would like and click Save.

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