You can use projects to organize your tasks, folders, sub-projects, documents, and notes. Projects can be assigned just like tasks so your team can collaborate on all your important projects.
There are a two ways of removing a project or folder from your Projects List:
Power.ME automatically organizes projects in alphabetical order by name. Information within a project or folder is also alphabetized, but the items are divided by type. Projects and folders are grouped together first, then tasks, and then documents.
You can organize projects and folders under parent projects so you can keep things in order and get things done as efficiently as possible.
A project’s status refers to where it is in terms of completion. Possible statuses are None, Assigned, Accepted, Declined, In Progress, On Hold, Canceled, Ready for Review, and Complete. Most of these options are for letting your team members know about where the project is going.
With Power.ME you share a lot of data. To ensure you don’t accidentally share private information, you can choose to password protect certain projects and folders. When a project/folder is password protected, you must enter your Power.ME password to view or edit it. (NOTE: To password protect projects and folders, you must register a free Power.ME account.)
Setting start dates and due dates allows you to add projects to a calendar your device can access and allows Power.ME to give you reminders.
Once you’ve set start and due dates for your task, you can add it to any calendar your iPad has access to.
When assigning individual tasks is just too inefficient, you can assign entire projects and folders so you and your team can stay on track. NOTE: To assign a project or folder you must be a subscribed Power.ME Sync & Share user.
Adding notes can help you and your team members stay on the same page when it comes to collaborative projects.
When team members are collaborating on a project created by another user, they can’t edit the notes, but the can comment on it so everyone’s voice can be heard.