Double-click the task to view it in the task editor. To quickly review the differences since the task was last read, hover over the task in the Task List to view a summary in a tooltip. You may also wish to view the task list in "Focus on Workweek" mode, which will filter out tasks without incoming changes that are not scheduled or due this week.
You can toggle "Focus on Workweek" using a button in the Task List's toolbar.
If you don't see your team's task repository, you will need to configure it in the task repositories view. If you are connecting to a Bugzilla repository, select a "Product" as a top-level category for your task and click "Finish". If you are using Bugzilla, you can enter the following information: Required Disconnected Mode A task repository can be put into Disconnected mode via the right-click menu in the Task Repositories view.
This can be useful if the task repository is not currently in use (e.g.
You can then provide the following details about the task.
Create a new repository task when you would like to share information about the task with your team using a task repository such as Bugzilla or Trac.
Use local tasks if you do not have a shared task repository or if you would like to create a private, personal task that is local to your workspace.
To create a local task, select Local Task and "Finish" from the New Task dialog.
You can create new tasks by clicking on the "New Task" button in the Task List's toolbar.
The task list has been carefully designed to support quickly reviewing tasks.
Task reviewing is best done by configuring a query to show the tasks that you want to review.
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The Task List contains both "Local Tasks" and shared repository tasks that are stored in a task repository such as Bugzilla or Trac.