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Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing people and work - Adding multiple tasks and subtasks - Update multiple tasks in a standard view, Add subtasks

3/14/2015 5:32:36 AM
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There could be periods when you would like to copy articles of Microsoft Excel in a list of the tasks, but you do not want to lock them one by one. With SharePoint 2013, you can quickly add entries in the sight of list, or you can stick the contents directly.

After tasks are added, you might want to change the way they are displayed or change tasks to subtasks. You can move tasks up or down, indent or outdent them, or delete a task from a list altogether.

Update multiple tasks in a standard view

  1. On your Task List page, above the column headings, click Edit.

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  2. Click a cell to edit its value. Repeat the steps in other cells; changes are saved as soon as you click off the edited row.

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Tip

Gantt Chart views are already designed as a Quick Edit view, which means you can complete multiple edits directly in the cells.

Try This

Order columns in Microsoft Excel to match the columns in a Quick Edit view. Copy the desired cells in Excel, click in the first cell of a new row in your Task List, and then paste!

Add subtasks

  1. On the ribbon of your Task List page, click the Tasks tab.

  2. Click the check mark option to the left of the desired subtask. (Hover over the title to see the check mark option.)

  3. On the ribbon, in the Hierarchy group, click Indent.

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Tip

You can easily rearrange your tasks by selecting a task and clicking the Move Up or Move Down commands on the ribbon.

Try This

Create one subtask directly under a task by clicking its drop-down ellipsis and then, on the menu that appears, click Create Subtask.

 
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