Introducing Task Colors

2 Apr

The Task improvements just keep on coming.  In the wake of our Tasks 2.0 release, drag-and-drop Tasks, and Personal Tasks, we’ve now shipped Task Colors.

Task Colors offers a visual way to organize your tasks that is especially helpful in the Calendar View of tasks.

For any task, you can now set a task color.  This color appears in all the different views of the task.  For example, on the Calendar View, the entire task is colored in to make it easy to see.

The task color can mean whatever you want it to mean, and is independent of Task List, due date, or any other bit of task information.  For example, you can highlight your critical tasks in red, then sort by task color on the Sort View of tasks to find all your important tasks.

All your existing tasks will be set to “no color,” and if you don’t want to use Task Colors, simply don’t set any.

Task Colors is a no-cost upgrade to all business plans.

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