Follow these steps to create a project. After that, you can create some tasks for the
Click > Project.
Select a location for the project. Projects are associated with a place, such as a
space or group. The place you choose will determine who can see and collaborate on the
Give your project an identifying name.
Enter a brief description to appear in the user interface.
Select a project start date and the end date. Use the target date for completing the
Change the project owner, if necessary. The default owner is the person creating the
Select tags that can be used to find this project.
If available, you can click Advanced Options. By default, your
project uses an Activity page as its main page with the option to add more custom pages.
We recommend using an Activity page because it can be displayed on mobile devices,
and because it's more friendly to streaming content.
Note: If widgets are enabled in your community (not common), you may want to include
an Overview page with widgets. You do this by clicking Advanced
Options and choosing one of the two options that include an Overview page.
If you select Activity + Overview Page, you'll need to specify which page will be the
landing page for the place.
If you use the checkpoint and status functionality for
tracking project tasks, you will probably want to stick with the old-style Overview
page rather than updating to the Place Template format. The widgets in the Overview
page more effectively support Projects at this time.