Intervals Tip: The Right-Click

John Reeve | December 17th, 2014 | , ,

Right-click Contextual Menu

While most of our Intervals project management online tool is simple and straightforward, there are some features that are less obvious. One such feature is the right-click contextual menu. Features reserved for more advanced scenarios where the customer is already familiar with the basics.

When viewing a list of tasks, milestones, or projects, within our Intervals web project management tools, the program will respond to a right-click by displaying a menu of options for updating part of that item. For example, right-clicking on a task will give you the option to change its status, add a comment, and more.

The right-click contextual menu makes updating your data a quick and easy process requiring fewer clicks and page refreshes. The next time you are logged into your Intervals account, give it a try.

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