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Break down projects into milestones and tasks for easier management and progress.

Organize, monitor, and manage tasks from beginning to end. Projects can be shared among different teams and have unique features to define roles, and ways to get updates.

Projects have important stages where teams need to synchronize. Milestones make these moments clear and divide the project into smaller parts. Use milestones to mark important points and divide your project into different key stages.

Project overview


Statuses are evaluated against set timelines, indicating a project's performance.

  • Backlog: indicates that the project has been identified and planned but has not yet been prioritized for active development or execution.
  • Planned: has details and a start and target date
  • In progress: is on track to be completed by the target date
  • Paused: means that all activities and progress related to the project have been temporarily halted. This pause could be due to various reasons such as resource constraints, strategic shifts, budgetary considerations, or the need to address unforeseen issues.
  • Archived: When a project is archived, it means that it has been terminated, or otherwise concluded, and its status has been set to "archived" to indicate that it is no longer active.
  • Complete: project is completed

Start and Target date

Start date identifies the intended start of the project whilst the Target date is a scheduled date on which Projects is planned to be completed

Roles and responsibilities

In a project context, roles and responsibilities can be assigned. The Project Driver is ultimately responsible for monitoring progress and delivering positive outcomes, while Contributors are key members contributing to the project's success.


Milestones are like Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for your project. Use them as checkpoints for project progress and sharing helpful information that guides everyone in making smarter decisions that are strategically aligned to the project.

Project milestone

Start and Target date

The start date marks when the Milestone is set to begin, while the Target date is the deadline for its completion. It's a vital reference point for planning and tracking progress, helping team members and stakeholders align efforts and expectations. The target date also indicates if adjustments are needed to meet the milestone within the set timeframe.


The status for a milestone provides a succinct overview of its progress and current standing within a project timeline. It offers a snapshot of whether the milestone is planned, in progress, completed, or facing any challenges. This status helps stakeholders quickly understand the milestone's status without delving into detailed progress reports, enabling efficient decision-making and project management.


It illustrates the team's progress toward reaching their milestone, directly linked to the completion of tasks identified as contributing to that milestone.

Milestone tasks

Tasks can indicate their relationship to a milestone, directly demonstrating their impact on achieving it. This feature is a key driver for prioritization, enabling teams to manage the backlog in a meaningful sequence and order of importance.


An task represents the steps you need to complete to achieve your projects.

Project tasks


An task status is a way to know where things stand with a task or activity. It tells you if something is done, still in progress, or in the backlog.


Focus is closely linked to team stand-ups, outlining the main tasks for your day. It clarifies your tasks, priorities, and aids in managing expectations, ensuring team members stay focused while aligning expectations.


Assignee means choosing someone to take ownership and responsibility for doing the task. When you're assigned an task, it means you're now responsible for it.

Due date

Due date is a scheduled date on which tasks is planned to be completed


Priority denotes the level of importance or urgency of an task compared to others within a project or team. Assigning priorities assists in deciding the sequence in which tasks should be tackled and finished.

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