Each overview page has a strategic set of smart filters that will help you manage your projects.
For example, in the Projects Overview page, you can select to see projects where the estimated hours of all the tasks is greater than the project's estimated hours.
And in the Tasks Overview page, there is a filter that will show you all the tasks that you have not yet seen.
In addition, you can also filter based on the status of the task, the project, and who the task is assigned to.
From the familiar toolbar to hiding complex options, Jumptree Project is a powerful, and yet, easy-to-use project management system.
Below are several examples of how Jumptree Project's interface helps you better manage your tasks.
1. Grouping related properties — in the Task Details page, similar information is grouped together.
2. Dual columns — columns such as Task Title/Project and Status/Due efficiently display vita and relatedl information about the task.
3. Smart columns — if you're viewing tasks that are assigned to anyone, then you'll see who the task is assigned to. But if you're viewing the tasks assigned to a specific person, then that column changes to who created the task.
Suppose you just finished a bunch of tasks and you want to mark them as completed. Or looking at your current resources, you decide to reassign various tasks to other team members.
Instead of going into each task, you can easily edit all those tasks at once.
If you need to enter a list of tasks, use the Quick Add tasks module.