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Deadline and Calendar view in Tasks

Deadline and Calendar view in Tasks
Oksana Bednenko
October 9, 2019
Last updated: December 29, 2020
Dear Bitrix24 users,

Deadlines are crucial for effective task management, as they help employees prioritize their tasks and deliver results on time. Keeping up with deadlines may be stressful, because there may be several tasks and subtasks in different stages simultaneously.

We offer you two more ways to work effectively with task deadlines: Deadline and Calendar view. You can choose any of them to visualize the deadlines of all tasks you are involved in and understand which of them need immediate attention. 

Deadline view in Tasks 

In the Deadline view, tasks are automatically divided into six columns, depending on their deadlines. It provides a full overview of the deadlines (overdue, almost overdue or don't have any deadline at all). You can also change the task deadline by dragging the task from one column to another.

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Calendar view in Tasks 

In the Calendar view, you will see a calendar with task deadlines and to switch between Day, Week and Month calendar views. This way both short term and long term task planning is possible and comfortable. You can click on a day in the calendar to create a task with a corresponding deadline and drag tasks to change their deadlines. 

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For more information and instructions, please see this article.

We hope these cool features will help you work with task deadlines more effectively and increase your work efficiency. 

Happy task management!
Your Bitrix24 team 

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