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Using sprints can be beneficial when work is completed in cycles. Whether you have a backlog to work through, a challenging milestone to reach, or a project to finish, sprints can help you collaborate more effectively.
Exporting tasks is available in JSON, XML, CSV and Excel format. Take your workflow and documentation with you anywhere.
My Tasks Panel
The My Tasks panel is a useful feature for users who want to easily see all the tasks that are assigned to them, they are following, or have created without the need to go through all the spaces that they are a part of.
The duplicate tasks feature allows you to save precious time while managing and setting up your spaces and tasks in Rock.
Custom fields allow you to add more information to your tasks in Rock. You can add custom fields to highlight characteristics such as the impact, priority, or anything else that helps you further structure your workflow, project, or team.
Recurring tasks make it easier to manage daily check-ins, weekly reports, monthly invoices, or any other repeating activity within your Rock tasks.
If you’re someone who prefers to view your tasks in detail, then the list view is perfect for you. This view allows for a more exhaustive and overall view of a space’s tasks.
Tasks are the lifeblood of projects. So here at Rock, we’ve made it easy for anyone to create tasks. You can learn more about task creation in this guide.
The board view provides a Kanban-like view of your different tasks, where tasks are displayed in lists highlighting the different stages of your workflow. Before creating your first task make sure to adjust the different lists to reflect stages of your work.