🤓 MeisterHack: Move Subtasks to Your Own Board While You Work On Them

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Miša Hennin
Miša Hennin Admin, MeisterLobster, EN Business, DE Advocate Posts: 1,354 Community Admin
edited November 2023 in Get Inspired

Good morning, MeisterTask Community!

With the recent subtasks release, I wanted to take a minute to share one of my favourite tips for this new feature:

Your project manager will continue to have a clear overview of tasks and their subtasks on the team's board, while allowing you to work in the way that suits you best.

Move subtasks the same way you move tasks. Simply click the ellipsis on the top-right corner of the subtask window. Click Move and select your chosen project.

Happy subtasking!

Miša

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  • Cornelia Patscheider
    Cornelia Patscheider Admin, Moderator, MeisterLobster, EN Business, DE Advocate Posts: 634 Community Admin
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    Hi, I absolutely LOVE this functionality. It is so useful!

    A colleague tagged me the other day in his task, because he needed assistance. So I made myself a sub-task on his task, assigned it to me and then moved the sub-task to my team's board. This helps me have all my task in the same board so much! 😍😍😍

  • Samuel Schläpfer
    Samuel Schläpfer MT Tester, DE Business Posts: 599 Community Leader
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    That's a cool feature! 😎👍️

    Thanx for the hint!

    The impossible does not exist! The solution has just not been found yet!

  • Jerry Garden
    Jerry Garden MT Tester, DE Pro Posts: 14 Active Contributor
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    Seems like a great way to keep track of the subtasks from others and beeing able to transfer them to your own board makes it even greater…

    Hope to test it in future when i can get business again.

    Enjoy your Day & Week!

    Best regards,
    Jerry

  • Cornelia Patscheider
    Cornelia Patscheider Admin, Moderator, MeisterLobster, EN Business, DE Advocate Posts: 634 Community Admin
    edited November 2023
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    I still love this MeisterHack and use it every day. For everyone who would like to see in a video how this can be done, there is now a tutorial on YouTube available:

    (or watch it here on YouTube)