Assigning Tasks Through the Forsite Portal

Assigning Tasks Through the Forsite Portal

Tasks on the Portal
By selecting 'Tasks' through the navigation bar, you will see an overview of the tasks you have assigned, who they were assigned to and their current status


Assigning Tasks
In the top right corner, you can select to create a 'New Task'


This will then open up a simple form allowing you to record the details of the task and to who the task is assigned.



Once you have submitted the Task, you can follow its progress through the portal. You can also add follow up notes, and images that are relevant to the task itself using the 'Edit' function.



For a guide on how users respond to tasks - Click Here - LINK

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