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My Work

Overview

When you first log in, Responsive displays the My Work module. It is designed to display all your tasks in one place so you can see your workload and prioritize it.

My Work - Project View.png

  • There are two views, the Project View and the Calendar View.
  • The Discussions pane on the right shows your open discussions.

Select the applicable tab for your edition of Responsive.

  • Projects View

    Your tasks appear on the left organized by project or Content Management review, and then by due date. Click the triangle icon to expand the categories.
    Overdue tasks appear first. The date that the next task is due will be listed for tasks that are not overdue.
    Hover over the project name to see the dashboard icon dashboard icon on my work.png.  Click it to navigate to the project's dashboard.

    Click a project to see the section names with how many pieces of content you need to review and how many questions require your responses. Overdue tasks are marked in red. Click the task to navigate to it in Projects. 

    My Work - Expanded Tasks.png

     

    Review tasks include the text of the question or document to be reviewed as a link. Click the link to navigate to the Content Library to see the item to be reviewed.

    My Work 3.png

     

    Filters in the heading can help you find and organize your tasks:

    • By due date:
      • Next 3 days
      • Next 7 days
      • Next 30 days
      • Next 90 days
      • All
    • By task type:
      • Project: Answer & Review
      • Project: Tasks & Deadlines
      • Library: Review
      • Library: Moderation
    • By project name
      • Individual project names
      • All
    • By content type
      • Q/A Pairs
      • Documents

    It also includes a toggle to show only overdue tasks. The filters are sticky; if you leave the My Work page and then return to it, the same filters will be in place.

    My Work - Filters.png

     

    Click the bell icon to see a list of your notifications. Click the individual notifications to display them.

    Notifications .png

     

    If you want your deadlines to appear on a local Google or Outlook calendar, click the calendar icon. For detailed instructions, refer to Syncing Responsive's iCalendar with Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook.

    My Work - Calender Synch.png

     

    Discussions

    All your open discussions appear on the right-hand pane, with the number of discussions at the top. It includes comments where you were @mentioned in projects, the Content Library, or Autograph. You can respond to your comment in the pane, click the checkmark to resolve it, or click the X to dismiss it, removing it from the pane without resolving it.

    My Work Discussions - Dismiss.png

     

    If the comment refers to a question, you can click the question to see the project's sections. If the comment refers to a file, you can click the filename to see it in the Content Library.

     

    Calendar View

    This view displays the due dates for your tasks in a calendar.

    My Work - Calendar View 1.png

     

    You can click the calendar item to see more information and navigate to the task. 

    My Work - Calendar View 2.png

     

    Notes: 

    • Tasks without dates appear under the current date.
    • Authoring, Moderation, Review and due dates appear as all-day tasks.  If you add a task for a project, it will appear as an all-day task. 
  • Essentials features are subscription-based and may not be available for all users. Contact your account manager, or accountmanagers@responsive.io, for more details.

    Projects View

    Your tasks appear on the left organized by project or Content Management review, and then by due date. Click the triangle icon to expand the categories.
    Overdue tasks appear first. The date that the next task is due will be listed for tasks that are not overdue.
    Hover over the project name to see the dashboard icon dashboard icon on my work.png.  Click it to navigate to the project's dashboard.

    Click a project to see the section names with how many pieces of content you need to review and how many questions require your responses. Overdue tasks are marked in red. Click the task to navigate to it in Projects. 

    My Work - Expanded Tasks.png

     

    Review tasks include the text of the question or document to be reviewed as a link. Click the link to navigate to the Content Library to see the item to be reviewed.

    My Work 3.png

     

    Filters in the heading can help you find and organize your tasks:

    • By due date:
      • Next 3 days
      • Next 7 days
      • Next 30 days
      • Next 90 days
      • All
    • By task type:
      • Project: Answer & Review
      • Project: Tasks & Deadlines
      • Library: Review
      • Library: Moderation
    • By project name
      • Individual project names
      • All
    • By content type
      • Q/A Pairs
      • Documents

    It also includes a toggle to show only overdue tasks. The filters are sticky; if you leave the My Work page and then return to it, the same filters will be in place.

    My Work - Filters.png

     

    Click the bell icon to see a list of your notifications. Click the individual notifications to display them.

    Notifications .png

     

    If you want your deadlines to appear on a local Google or Outlook calendar, click the calendar icon. For detailed instructions, refer to Syncing Responsive's iCalendar with Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook.

    My Work - Calender Synch.png

     

    Discussions

    All your open discussions appear on the right-hand pane, with the number of discussions at the top. It includes comments where you were @mentioned in projects, the Content Library, or Autograph. You can respond to your comment in the pane, click the checkmark to resolve it, or click the X to dismiss it, removing it from the pane without resolving it.

    My Work Discussions - Dismiss.png

     

    If the comment refers to a question, you can click the question to see the project's sections. If the comment refers to a file, you can click the filename to see it in the Content Library.

     

    Calendar View

    This view displays the due dates for your tasks in a calendar.

    My Work - Calendar View 1.png

     

    You can click the calendar item to see more information and navigate to the task. 

    My Work - Calendar View 2.png

     

    Notes: 

    • Tasks without dates appear under the current date.
    • Authoring, Moderation, Review and due dates appear as all-day tasks.  If you add a task for a project, it will appear as an all-day task. 

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