Task checklist widget- use case

A team is working on a new large scale project. Every day they have a number of tasks to complete which they record in a  list to ensure that they do not forget anything. The most effective way of keeping track of tasks would be to use the ‘Task checklist’ widget. This widget allows users to see all the tasks that they have to complete. Once each task has been completed, then the user can indicate that it has been completed by selecting the checkbox. That way the user can see exactly what tasks are completed and which tasks are still pending. 

To create a ‘Task checklist’ widget I:

  1. Selected ‘Edit’ and then ’Widgets’  
  2. Then I selected the ‘+’ (Add widget) option to open the widget library
  3. Then I selected ‘Task checklist’ from the widget library
  4. On the ‘TITLE’ tab, I added the title for this list of tasks 
  5. From the ‘DISPLAY’ tab I:
  • Selected whether I would like to display the progress as a wheel or bar
  • Added a name for each task to be completed 
  • Added any links 
  • I selected how many checklist items I would like displayed in the widget 

6. From the ‘TARGET’ tab I selected the users I would like to target

7. Once I was happy with the configuration, I selected the ‘ADD’ option