Categories are the main tool you’ll use to organize tasks within a team. These categories can function as hierarchical tags, for example:
Or, if you need more granularity, something like this may be more appropriate:
Create subcategories whenever you need them; they will help you to manage high volumes of tasks. You can also create multi-level structures with sub-features within subcategories:
CategoriesKey module 1Feature 1Feature 2Sub-feature 1Sub-feature 2etc.
To simplify workflow and keep thoughts on track, Treenga retains its tree-like shape and remembers where you left off. After being closed and reopened, , you’ll find your categories, subcategories and sub-features ready and waiting, just as you left them. Add a description to any category to explain what it is about:
Assign a task to multiple categories. If 2 numbers are shown next to a category name, for example, "Development (10/50)", this means that 10 tasks are assigned to the Development category and 50 are assigned to all Development branch, including subcategories:
CategoryDevelopment 10 tasksBackend 20 tasksFrontend 20 tasks
Under system categories ("My"), you will find options for most of Treenga’s main features:
Notifications: all unseen, updated tasks will be visible here until read.
Drafts: tasks that were started, but are not yet created (published) .
Recently viewed: the 40 most recently viewed tasks can be found here.
Categories can be created by using the "Add category" button at the end of the category list:
Editing category names and deleting categories can be done using this button: