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Color schemes

How to set up color visualization of tasks

To set up a color scheme, go to task tracking settings in Administration » Settings » Task tracking. You can choose from three different options of using a scheme. You cannot use them together, choose only one.

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When applying a color scheme for text, keep in mind that not all the text of a relevant line (item) in the list will change the color. In fact, it only affects clickable text, i.e. the one which includes a link, such as a task's subject, project name etc. On the other hand, statuses, activities, dates etc. are not a kind of clickable text so their color remains unchanged (black) as illustrated below.

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Scheme by task priority

the color of tasks will change with task priority. You can set the color of each priority in Administration » Categories » Task priorities. Each priority can have its own color so you can easily recognize which task can wait and which has to be done immediately.

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Scheme by task status

The colors of tasks will change according to the status they are in. You can assign a color to each task status in Administration » Task statuses. Each status can have its own color, with this you will be able to recognize in what status are your current tasks.

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Scheme by tracker

The colors of the task will change according to a tracker they are under. Tracker colors can be set in tracker settings in Administration » Trackers, each tracker can have a different color. With this, you will be able to recognize what trackers your tasks currently have.

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The color settings itself looks always the same. At the bottom of each status, tracker´s or priority´s settings you will find the colors to choose from. You can also see what is the color scheme currently shown.

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