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Kathleen, At this time there is not a way to keep the tasks in order unless they are all created successfully the first time. I realize this is not ideal. Would you be willing to log into your Intervals account and submit a formal feature request? This will get it into our formalized queue where we'll look into improving this feature.Regards,John
Although not directly related I thought I would mention start and end dates. Every column header within Intervals can be clicked to sort to show items arranged in order by that particular column. This help article shows the click to sort functionality with tasks.We typically end dates and priorities to organize the order of our tasks but you do have some options depending on your workflow. The milestone view of tasks has a more limited view of the tasks but two more tidbits that may or may not help are using the home page or the âshow widescreen viewâ on the task listing. On the home page if you click on âshow more optionsâ on the right hand column there is an option to include âtasks startingâ. You could create a filter that only shows when tasks are starting, when they are due or both depending on your work flow. On the task listing page if you click on âshow widescreen viewâ three additional columns are revealed including the start date for the task. If you run a filter that only includes one milestone and then click to sort on the start date or due date the tasks will line up accordingly.
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