To add a new task, click the Add Task toolbar button (it's the first one). You can also press Control+T or use the menu Task - Add Task.
To mark task as done, simply click the checkbox upon it. Or, select it and press the space bar.
You can Drag and Drop your tasks around using your mouse to organize them.
You can Drag and Drop your tasks to a to-do list in the to-do list tree to move them there.
To edit a task, double click it, or use the Edit Task toolbar button.
To change the columns displayed in the task-view, use menu Manage - Columns.
In Professional and Ultimate editions, you can also create subtasks by clicking the Add Subtask button or Ctrl+M.
Task numbering in the task-view
When you edit a to-do list, you can check "Show numbers" in the Edit To-Do List window. If you then view such a list, numbers will be displayed in the task-view upon task names, based on rows. The screenshot above shows task numbering in action.
Task coloring in the task-view
You can color tasks based on their properties: Priority, Context, Type, Status, Assigned To.
You can also color Due Dates and Start Dates, to quickly see overdue tasks, tasks due today, etc.
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