The Checklist Form lets users “play” checklists: easily move from one task to the next while checking off, selecting options or entering data for requested field types:
The Form View is used together with a checklist template. You can use it ONLY on checklists that were created from templates.
Learn more about templates.
Checklist owners can set which view is available per checklist. By default, the Form view will not be set for standard checklists as it is only applicable to those created from templates.
Members who are not owners will not see the View Selector widget and the Form View will load for them by default.
Each task is placed on its own card. The cards can be “opened” by clicking on the down arrow at the top right of the card:
- Task Status
- Task Name. If the task is marked as required, an asterisk (*) will be shown after it
- Task Answer - this depends on the task type. E.g. Choice, Date, File attachment
- Assigned - who is this task assigned to
- Open toggle - hide/ show the details part of the task (notes, updated by)
- Task Notes - these are notes FOR the person filling out the checklist
- Optional User Notes - these are notes BY the person completing the task
- Signature - Update by who and when
- Signature Avatar - The avatar of the person who last completed the task
Tasks which are not marked as required can also be marked as completed directly via their checkbox.
Tasks which are marked as “required” (and are not of type Check) cannot be manually checked/ unchecked. The user must fill out the answer according to its type.
It is possible to group a set of tasks together as subtasks (just like in other views). Subtasks are indented to the right. Sub-subtasks are indendent further and so on.
The template editor can mark the checklist with propagation up or down. This has the following effect:
- Up. Once all subtasks of a task (or tasks of a checklist) are completed, the parent task is also marked as completed. This “propagates” all the way to the checklist itself which will be marked as completed if all its tasks are completed. If a task is marked as open, it will mark all its parents as open as well.
- Down. A task which is marked as completed or open will change the status of all of its sub tasks.
Note: for tasks which are required, propagation (UP and DOWN) will not have an effect as the task itself is required and an answer must be provided for it to be completed.
Read more Task types