MediiGate Key Functionalities — TASKS
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Tasks module is a virtual space on the MediGate web site that allows a MediGate user to allocate and detail particular tasks to other MediGate users. This module would normally be used as part of a Project.
The module allows searching, editing, viewing and adding of Tasks. Only the creator of the Task may edit details of that particular Task. Each separate Task is displayed in a page grid with sortable columns.
This option allows the user to add a new Task to the forum.
By clicking on the Add new task link, the Task Details screen is opened. The user can then add the details of the Task to the form with Task Title, Description, Start Date and Due Date being mandatory fields, in which a valid value must be entered.
By clicking on the calendar icon by the Start Date and Due Date fields, a calendar is displayed which allows the user to select an appropriate date for the start and end of the Task. Where the fields are being automatically populated with the selected date (the default Start Date is the day of creation, the default Due Date is one week from the date the Task was created).
By clicking on the dropdown User Name field, a list of all the users linked with the Project/Cluster that the Task creator is associated with are displayed. By selecting a particular User Name and clicking on the add link, located in the final column of the user details table, the particular user is assigned to the Task being created. Multiple users may be added to the same task using this method. Once the users are added, the add link changes to a Remove link.
A user may be removed by clicking on the Remove link located in the final column of the user details table.
By clicking the Add link the Task is created, providing all mandatory information has been provided. Once the Task has been created, an email notification is automatically sent to the creator of the Task and any MediGate users that have been assigned to the Task. The notification contains the creation date, start date and due date for the Task.
By clicking the Cancel link, all details are lost and the Task is not created.
This option allows the MediGate user to view existing Tasks in the forum.
To access the required Task, the user should click on the Task title, which will open the Task details screen. The details of the Task are displayed. However, unless the user is the owner of the Task (that is the user who created this Task), these details cannot be changed.
By clicking on the Print link the Task information will be printed through the current default printer specified by the workstation currently being used to access the MediGate web site.
By clicking on the Close link the View Task screen is closed.
This option allows the MediGate user (originator of the Task) to view existing Tasks in the forum and edit the details.
To access the required Task the user should click on the Task title, which will open the Task details screen. The details of the Task are displayed, and if the user is the originator of the Task (that is the user who created this Task), these details can be changed.
By clicking on the Edit link, the user is presented with a form exactly the same as the Add New Task screen. The information is changed in the same way, as in the Add New Task form with the same fields being mandatory
By clicking the Update link any information edited by the user will be changed and the user will be returned to the view Task screen where the updated information is displayed. This can take place at any time during the Task running period. Once the Task has been updated, an email notification is automatically sent to the creator of the Task and any MediGate users that have been assigned to the Task. The notification contains the creation date, start date and due date for the Task.
By clicking the Delete link the Task is deleted from the MediGate system.
By clicking the Cancel link, any information changed will be lost and the user will be returned to the view Task screen.
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