Organizing tasks and workflows
The workflows during the creation and release of contents and resources or their localisation into various target languages are organised via tasks. For this purpose, a central task list is available.
No additional software required
Familiar environment is not left
Completely browser-based application
Tasks do not get lost
All processes are recorded
You keep track of all tasks
Time and cost saving
Details "Task module: Organising the workflow"
What is it?
- Task list for organising the workflow
What is it capable of?
- Tasks can be assigned to all objects, such as messages or contacts, but also pages or modules
- Tasks are assigned manually or automatically upon certain events
- Tasks are assigned to users or roles
- Tasks can be assigned in such as way that all recipients have to fulfil them or only one recipient
- Tasks have various status information, such as among others “in progress”, “pending”
- Tasks have an overall status resulting from the status of the subtasks
- Besides the common metadata, such as title, description and due date, tasks have a layout area with WYSIWYG editor for free text entry
- Within the scope of the content relationship management, tasks can be linked to other objects, such as documents, contacts or links
- Tasks may have file attachments, e.g. error reports
- Tasks may be equipped with a notification function via e-mail, e.g. in case of status changes
- Tasks can be delegated to other users or roles
- The access rights and security guidelines can also be applied to tasks to full extent. If no information is available, the standard guideline applies automatically.
- The tasks can be assigned headwords and categories
- A central task list with a multitude of different views is available in the site manager
- Tasks for a role can be assumed by a member of this role and also reassigned again
- All task changes are recorded in a protocol
- The verification of the fulfilment of the task (status: "accomplished") can be reserved to the person who set the task
- The tasks are arranged via flexible templates
- Templates already containing all essential information can be used to create frequently occurring tasks, e.g. localisation of a message
- Text modules for frequent wordings e.g. in foreign languages are available for the WYSIWYG area
- Tasks can be integrated into the full text search
What can you do with it?
- Organisation of works on contents, resources or structures
- Release workflow
- Localisation workflow