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This article describes how to create and manage a personal or shared To-Do List in Project Web Access 2003.
In order for creating a new personal or shared To-Do List, logon Project Web Access 2003 with your credentials, waiting for the pages load successfully, if you encounter any troubles when open Project Web Access 2003, please contact your Project Server Administrator.
1. Click Projects on the top menu bar.
2. On the left navigate bar, under Actions, simple click Create a new personal or shared to-do list.
3. On the Create a new personal or shared to-do list page, type a meaningful name in To-do list name text-box, for example, My_To_Do_List, select a choice depend on who will access to your to-do list, and then click Next button.
4. On the Create a new task page, fill out your all tasks that you need to do, then simple click Save New Tasks button, Project Web Access will show your task in a data grid control.
5. Click Projects on the top menu bar again, you will find Manage my to-do lists and To-do lists options buttons on the left navigate bar.
6. Click Manage my to-do lists to manage your to-do lists as you expected.
7. Click To-do lists options to change your to-do lists behavior, such as change to-do list name, transfer to-do lists ownership, delete or change to-do lists view permission.
To-do lists are collections of tasks that you can track and manage entirely within Project Web Access. To-do lists are available to all users. Unlike projects, to-do lists do not support scheduling (including dependencies, outlines, and calendars) and tasks can only be tracked by using percent complete. To-do list tasks can have start dates, finish dates, and resource assignments, but the time resources spend on these tasks is not accounted for in schedules published to the Project Server database. To-do lists are designed to be a simple and flexible way for Project Web Access users to track and manage small amounts of work that do not need to be tracked in project schedules.
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Article ID: 555212 - Last Review: October 20, 2004 - Revision: 1.0
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