In order to display tasks data in a popup, you need to install the Advanced Tasks For Woffice plugin. Data such as the project title, assigned task member(s) and task description will be rendered within the popup. Sample Output:
The custom date option allows you to create a custom monthly range for the timeline. In order to utilize it, you will need to: 2. Fill in the start and end date on the fields rendered 3. Submit your changes Sample final output spanning across two months:
Under the “TODO” section in projects, we do have a “Timeline” tab as illustrated below: Under the Tab, there is the provision on having a Timeline display based on ”Task” or “Team” options. The default option is “Task”. Option :: Task Displays all the tasks within the project that have assigned members Option :: Team […]
[woffice_timeline id=”post_id” team=”false”] This Shortcode can be added to a page to display tasks assigned to any user. The post_id value in the Shortcode should be replaced with your desired project ID If a task is unassigned, then it will not be rendered on the timeline
[woffice_timeline id=”post_id” team=”true”] The shortcode can be added to a page to display tasks within a specific project ID, within the timeline as well as the members assigned to the project and task. The post_id value in the Shortcode should be replaced with your desired project ID NB: Members have to be assigned to the […]
[woffice_timeline] The above shortcode is used in displaying the respective projects within the site, and their Tasks within the timeline. If a task does not have a start and end date, in the timeline it will automatically be calculated as 24hours (1day). In the screenshot above, this can be seen in “sample proj”.
The Woffice Timeline plugin displays tasks within project(s), in a timeline. Woffice Timeline Covered In this section