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 ====== Task Views ====== ====== Task Views ======
-ToDoList offers various views on your task data. You switch between these view using the tabs below the active task view. 
  
------+ToDoList offers various '​Views'​ on your task data. 
  
-  * **[[tree-view|Task Tree]]**\\ This view shows tasks in an indented tree structure, a set of nested hierarchical nodes which can be expanded and collapsedThis is where most of your time is spent, creating new tasks, updating their status, ​and logging time.\\ {{images:​screenshots:​tree-view.png}}+It is important to understand that these views are NOT independent mini-applications with different task attributesThey are just alternative representations ​of the same essential underlying task data offering different ways of viewing ​and manipulating the same built-in attributes.
  
------+You can switch between these views using the tabs below the active task view, or by cycling through the views using '​[[view-menu|Menu Bar > View]] > Next Task View'.
  
-  * **[[list-view|List View]]**\\ This view is the same as the task tree but with all tasks displayed in a linear form and no indentation. It's useful for sorting tasks by name, ID, Parent ID dates, status, and by other fields. In the tree view, sorting will sort by fields _within_ a given task. The list view allows all tasks to be equal candidates for sorting. \\ {{images:screenshots:​list-view.png}}+The following Views are currently available:
  
------ +  * [[tree-view|Task Tree]] ​The default hierarchical view of your data 
- +  * [[list-view|List View]] ​Your data displayed as a '​flat'​ list (single-level-hierarchy) 
-  ​* **[[burndown-view|Burndown]]**\\ This view shows a graph to visually show how many tasks are open over a period of time. This helps project managers to assess load. The selected tasks can be filtered by any field to produce a view by category, tag, date, people, status, etc. \\ {{images:​screenshots:​burndown-view.png}} +  * [[burndown-view|Burndown]] ​- A graph of how the number of incomplete ​tasks varies ​over time 
- +  * [[calendar-view|Calendar]] ​- Your tasks represented on a calendar ​layout 
------ +  * [[gantt-view|Gantt Chart]] ​The classic Project Management ​view of your tasks 
- +  * [[kanban-view|Kanban]] ​- A more modern approach to manipulating ​tasks
-  ​* **[[calendar-view|Calendar]]**\\ There is no grid or tree structure here. Tasks selected from the calendar can be edited in the edit area. The tasks display with bar showing their duration from Start Date to Due Date. Completed tasks are optionally are removed from the calendar, or when left in the calendar, the end date of a completed task is the Completed Date.\\ {{images:​screenshots:​calendar-view.png}} +
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-  ​* **[[gantt-view|Gantt Chart]]**\\ For project management, a Gantt chart shows how tasks are related to one another in time. Definitions can be found [[https://​www.google.com/​search?​q=gantt+chart+definition|here]]. ​The Gantt view allows the relationships to be viewed and modified. For example, a task can be visually linked to follow another task which must be completed before it. \\{{images:​screenshots:​gantt-view.png}} +
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-  ​* **[[kanban-view|Kanban]]**\\ This view arranges ​tasks in columns...{{images:​screenshots:​kanban-view.png}}+
  
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