What is a task list?
Suppose ... before organizing an event, or creating a publication, you always have the same tasks.
Wouldn't it be useful if you could automatically add that series of tasks to Husky?
That is exactly what is possible with the Task lists templates.
But the feature of Task lists does more:
- Who is responsible for a task may depend on where you add the tasks. more info
- For the deadlines of the tasks you can also set a desired planning in advance. more info
- You determine where the task lists are available: depending on the context. more info
Saving time with task lists
When drawing up your task lists and to-do's, you set up a workflow.
For example, to publish a blog post, the article must be conceived, written, proofread, supplemented with images, optimised for SEO, put online and promoted. This can be done by several people, at different times.
Through discussions on tasks you can inform the next colleague that your part of the work is done. Or you can do this by changing the status or the person in charge.
Please note that the execution of one task does not depend on the other.
For example, those who have to search for the images can do so as soon as the subject is devised. Or the article can be put online, even if it has not yet been optimized for Google. Of course, this task remains open until someone checks it out or removes it. The owner of the project, channel or moment must feel responsible for the correct execution.
In addition to saving time, working with Task lists also has these advantages:
- Less typing
- Less thinking
- Fewer things 'not to forget' (aka. post-it notes lying around)
- More structure in your work
- More overview of your own tasks and those of your colleagues
- More fun in realizing your marketing planning on time