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Introducing task logs!

Introducing task logs!

Introducing phase 1 of Task Logs – handy tables that detail all your task-based information (e.g. folder name, grid name, task detail, task owner, task status etc.) available for all users of Method Grid. This first release displays them in the context of:

  • Element view – showing all tasks associated within an element
  • Grid view – showing all constituent tasks (within all the grid’s elements)

These logs come with an expanded (full page) view option and the ability to send to print or to export as a .csv file.

These logs can be sorted by data column and filtered (e.g. show open tasks only).

Coming soon, these task logs will be furnished with additional features (as described in our development roadmap blog post) including schedule “due dates” and the ability to apply bulk actions (e.g. bulk task assignment).

Element view

Grid view

Expanded view

This release also includes part 2 of activity logs. Available for those on a Professional (paid) plan, activity logs can now be found at the grid level and the element level. These new tables can be seen by any user with edit or manage access (paid plan).

The activity log currently captures who has viewed a:

  • Grid
  • Element
  • Cloud doc
  • Download file
  • Web link

Activity logs will be evolving further to include more actions over the next few weeks.

Activity log – grid view


Next up for our fast-moving development team?

Adding to the task management feature set, we are now working on a personalised ‘My Tasks’ dashboard – a professional (paid) feature.

We aim to get this released by 31 January 2020.

Please continue to keep the feedback and new feature ideas coming (there is nothing we like more).

Is there a feature you would love to see us add to our development stack? If so, please let us know in the comments below or emailĀ help@methodgrid.com

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