Task priority

Tracking task priority is essential for team coordination and project success. It provides a clear priority of tasks and its impact.

Tasks have the following priority choices. We recommend following these definitions to promote a consistent evaluation of an actions priority.

  • Urgent: This can be used for tasks that require immediate attention, even if they are not necessarily high-priority in the overall project context.

  • High Priority: These are critical tasks that need to be completed immediately or as soon as possible to keep the project on track. They often have a significant impact on the project timeline or deliverables.

  • Medium Priority: These are important tasks that should be completed in a timely manner, but they are not as critical as high-priority tasks. They may have some flexibility in their scheduling.

  • Low Priority: These are tasks that are considered nice-to-have, but they are not essential for the project's success. They can often be delayed or even rescheduled if needed.

  • No Priority: These are tasks that have not been allocated a priority.

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