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What about show the level of a task sub>sub>task (lvl 0, lvl 1, lvl 2 )?

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    Anastasia

    Hi Jairo! Wanted to make sure I got everything right here: when you mention editing a task, do you mean expanding the subtask list in task view? Is the main idea here to be able to differentiate tasks and subtasks in different views?

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    Jairo Magave

    Yes that is it, differentiate task in different views.
    It's Not always that we see the subastasks and its parent task. For example in the workload view there's no difference between them, until we open each one to know if it is a task lvl 0 or subtasks lvl 1,2,3... This information should be beside the task title, I think.

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    Stephen

    Hi, jumping in here for Anastasia. Thanks for that additional information Jairo. The Workload View is primarily used to see all assigned tasks for each user so you can ensure resources and tasks are distributed efficiently. The task’s details are therefore limited in this overview. It’s a great suggestion, I can see why task types would be helpful to see in this view, thanks for the sharing!

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