- Task properties
- Task types
- Task views
- Managing tasks
The comprehensive task management system gives CSMs a single place to see, prioritize and manage all outstanding work they are responsible for each account -- be it alerts, workflows or manually assigned tasks. It also gives CSMs the flexibility to distribute work among the team by assigning task or subtask to a team member.
Each task has the following properties:
- Account name: the name of the account the task is for
- Task name: name of the task
- Details: description of the task
- Priority: the priority of the task
- Due date: the due date of the task
- Owner: the assigned team member to the task
- Sub-tasks: checkbox items or additional tasks associated with the task
- Related documents: documents linked to this task
Except for "Account Name" and "Related Documents" which you need to specify when creating the task, the other attributes can be further modified after the task is created.
There are three types of tasks.
- Alert Tasks are generated and converted from alerts.
- Workflow Tasks are generated from the workflows deployed to each account.
- Regular Tasks are the tasks created manually by the CSM on any page, via the top navigation bar or directly at the main Task page.
You can view all of your tasks and tasks assigned to your team at the main Tasks page. Note that if you own an account, all tasks associated with that account will still be viewable to you, even if a task is owned by a different team member.
There are default views you can select to load your tasks. However, you can create your own task view by using a combination of filters and group options. For example, you can see all tasks owned by a particular CSM that contains a specific custom tag, and has a due date in the next 7 days. You can save any custom created task view as your default task view.
Updating Task Details
Click on any task to expand the details of that task. For each task, you can further modify the task details, subtasks, due date and task owner etc. You can add additional tags to use them in task filtering.
If you’d like to assign a subtask to a team member or track that subtask separately, you can promote that subtask to be a full task and specify the owner accordingly.
Once you’ve completed a task, click “Close” to close the task. Click “Delete” to remove a task. You have the option to "Reopen" a task once it’s closed.
Read more about task management for custom success teams.