I want nTask to make the Checklist Items SMART (Specific Measurable Assignable Relevant Time-based) .
Having a Due date and Finished date on them would be super neato.
If we'd rather keep the Task/Checklist structure as is, can we instead implement a Phasing or Grouping of Tasks for Projects?
Project - Major Software Upgrade
Phase 1 : Server Allocation
Phase 1-1 : Gather Requirements
Phase 1-1-1 : Create Team of SME's (Checklist level)
Phase 1-1-2 : Find all Applications hitting server (Checklist level)
Phase 1-1-3 : Research each Application requirement (Checklist level)
Phase 1-2 : Decide on Server to meet needs
Phase 1-3: Purchase Server
Phase 2 : Environment Install
Phase 2-1 : Install new OS
Phase 2-2 : Install Office Suite
Phase 2-3 : Pull in User Suite
In that, I'd like to see on the Published Link only the Phases and their % complete (which by the way is super awesome), but then have the ability to drill into the phases to see the steps involved in the actual application, but I need SMART tasks to achieve so we are held accountable.
So Published would just show the high level, as those folks don't need to see my individual team tasks:
Phase 1 - Server Allocation - 50%
Phase 2 - Environment Install - 4%
I guess being able to Link Projects overall together into a Super Project would also work? Just trying to figure out the best way to show things like that. I think that 3 levels would be perfect and would be able to support 90% of all the Projects out there and provide a huge level of granularity.
Suggested by : Mat