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Chapter 19. Administering Web Sites > Working with the Task List to Keep Everyo...

Working with the Task List to Keep Everyone Informed

Task View helps you keep track of the steps involved in completing your FrontPage-based Web. It’s useful not only for you, but also for any co-workers or friends who are working on the Web with you. Task View doesn’t just give you a “to-do list” of the jobs that remain to be done, however. You can also mark those pages that are finished as Completed, so the members of your team can see where you are, and what needs to be addressed next.

Review the Task List

After a Web site has been created and is online, you might be called upon to perform regular updates. You might receive new files from writers; editors and designers might need to work on pages to change colors or images. When you’re part of a larger workgroup of individuals with different responsibilities, you need to keep track of who has worked on a file, and when the work has been completed, to ensure you don’t duplicate effort or miss important stages. The need to track workflow becomes more important if more than one team member needs to work on a Web page, and if workers are scattered in different locations. To review the Task List:


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