Dashboard

Splashforce dashboard

Task groups

Task groups can hold tasks with different sites to other tasks in the same group, they are simply an organizational feature. Task groups can be created by modifying the group field when creating or editing a task. When deleting a task group all tasks within it will be deleted.

Task groups

Tasks

Starting tasks
Stopping tasks
Editing tasks
Deleting tasks
Selecting tasks
Starting tasks

• To start a single task, click the start icon on the right hand side of the task. • To start multiple tasks, select the desired tasks, right click and then click Start selected. • To start all tasks, click the Start all button.

Stopping tasks

• To stop a single task, click the stop icon on the right hand side of the task. • To stop multiple tasks, select the desired tasks, right click and then click Stop selected. • To stop all tasks, click the Stop all button.

Editing tasks

• To edit a single task, click the start icon on the right hand side of the task. Mass task editing is currently dysfunctional.

Deleting tasks

• To delete a single task, click the delete icon on the right hand side of the task. • To delete multiple tasks, select the desired tasks, right click and then click Delete selected. • To delete all tasks, click the Delete all button.

Selecting tasks

• Tasks can be selected through the use of ctrl/shift clicking.

Tasks that have been started will need to be stopped before they can be started again.

Hotkeys

Context menu

While the context menu is open the hotkeys will be tailored to the currently selected tasks rather than the defaults. This means that if there was a hotkey used to affect all tasks it now only affects those that have been selected.

Hotkey

Callback

CTRL+A

Select all tasks

CTRL+C

Copy selected tasks

CTRL+V

Paste tasks from clipboard

CTRL+G

Start selected tasks

CTRL+H

Stop selected tasks

CTRL+A

Delete selected tasks

CTRL+SHIFT+G

Start all tasks

CTRL+SHIFT+H

Stop all tasks

CTRL+SHIFT+D

Delete all tasks