πŸ€” What Is Project Formatting?

Every Project in Taskade is a collection of tasks. A task is just like a bullet point in the traditional sense. You can use the power of outlining to break down tasks into sub-tasks and style them according to your liking. Here's how to do that on Mac, Windows, and Linux.

 

πŸ–ŒοΈ Format Tasks and Sub-Tasks

Taskade lets you turn your tasks into a checklist, heading, ordered list, or paragraph. There are also several bullet point styles you can choose from. To format a task/sub-task:

  1. Select the task/sub-task you want to format
  2. Click the Change Format icon to the left of your task
  3. Select one of the available options to format the task or a block of tasks/sub-tasks

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🀚 Drag to Reorder

You can reorder blocks of tasks/sub-tasks by "grabbing" the anchor icon to the left of a top-level task. Use the drag & drop feature to quickly reorganize your lists.

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🟒 Highlight and Style

  1. Select a task or text and choose a color from the Hovering Toolbar/Main Toolbar
    • You can also use a  ⌨️⌘ + E (Mac) or CTRL + E (PC) shortcut
    • Alternatively, click the three dots (Β·Β·Β·) next to a task and select A Highlight
  2. Click A in the Main Toolbar to show more color options

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πŸ€Ήβ€β™‚οΈ Multi-Select Formatting

Need to format tasks in bulk? Highlight multiple tasks or lines of text with the mouse cursor and format them using one of the options from the previous section.

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βž• Add-Ons Menu

Take your tasks to the next level by creating due dates, writing comments, attaching files, and assigning tasks with the Add-ons Menu. Click the βž• icon next to a task to get started.

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