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[[Using the Tasking Tool in IMSMANG | '''Tasks''']] consist of:
#general General information#objectivescustom defined fields#planning Objectives#Planning and monitoring information that applies to the whole Task or planned activities (Work items)#status Status history#related informationRelated Information#geospatial Geospatial information.
In the Task Editor window you can see all these information organised in different tabs.
[[Image:UtT07.png|600px|center]]<div align===Objectives===__NOEDITSECTION__"center">On the Objectives tab the '' Task manager selects which Land should be included in the Task. Editor window''</div>
{{Note | ==Objectives==__NOEDITSECTION__On the Objectives tab the Task manager selects which Land must have status set in order to should be able to include included in a the Taskas an objective.}}
===Planning & monitoring information and Work item===__NOEDITSECTION__It is not mandatory for the Task manager to fill {{Note | Land must have status ''set'' in the planning and monitoring information metadata or order to link each Work Item later to the reconciled and approved object that is the outcome of the [[Using the Tasking Tool be included in IMSMANG | a Task]]as Objective.}}
===Related information=Planning & Monitoring==__NOEDITSECTION__On the Related information tab It is not mandatory for the Task manager may link to the [[Using the Tasking Tool fill in IMSMANG |Task]] other objects that is either helpful for his own planning or for the planning and/monitoring information metadata or execution of the to link each Work item for Item to the executing organisation. On this tab all types of objects are possible to link including Ordnance reconciled and other Tasks. Note approved object that this is only for information purposes and is not intended to as subtasks the outcome of the Task.
===Geospatial information=Status History==__NOEDITSECTION__In The Status History tab displays a list of status updates made to the General information section you link Task. Each time a user changes the [[Using status of a Task in the Tasking Tool Task Editor window, a new record is entered in IMSMANG | Task]] to the Country structure which makes also Statuses table. The following information is displayed:* The status selected at each status update.* The date of each status update.* The username of the Task to interact with person who initiated the [[Country Structure Pane | Country structure pane]]status update. On * The reason (if provided) for the Geospatial tab it is possible to plot the geographical extent of the Taskstatus update.
{{ note | You can click the [[Image:ViewIcon.png | View]] button to view a summary of each status change including the date, controlling organisation, and a brief reason for the change.}} [[Image:StatusHistoryTab.png||500px|''Status History Tab'']]<div align="left">''Status History Tab''</div> ==Related Information==__NOEDITSECTION__On the Related information tab the Task manager can link to the Task other objects that are either helpful for his own planning or for the planning and/or execution of the Work item of the executing organisation. On this tab all types of objects are possible to be linked including Ordnance and other Tasks. Note that this is only for information purposes and is not intended to be sub-task of Task.  ==Geospatial Information==__NOEDITSECTION__In version 6the General information section you can link the Task to the Country structure which enables the Task to interact with the [[Country Structure Pane]]. On the Geospatial tab it is possible to plot the geographical extent of the Task. {{New_6.0 no fields have been added | It is now possible to select more than one Land when associating objectives.The new Assistance item may be associate as Work Item.The geospatial data tab is always visible and the Statistics tab has been replaced by a printing functionality deleted. }}
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