Create Dependency Relationships in tasks

Create Dependency Relationships between tasks.

What you'll need

Dependency Relationships from tasks

You can create Dependency Relationships from the Add Link tab, the Blocking or Waiting tabs, the ellipsis ... menu, or using /Slash Commands.

From the Add Link tab:

  1. Open a task.
  2. In the right sidebar, click the plus icon.
  3. Select Waiting On or Blocking.
  4. Search or browse for the task.

    Screenshot of someone adding a Dependency Relationship via Task view 3.0.

From the Blocking or Waiting tab:

  1. Open a task.
  2. In the right sidebar, click the Blocking or Waiting tab.
  3. Click + Add dependency.
  4. Search or browse for the task.

From the ellipsis ... menu:

  1. Open a task.
  2. In the upper-right corner, click the ellipsis ... menu.
  3. Select Relationships.
  4. Click Dependency.
  5. Select Waiting on or Blocking.

  6. Search or browse for the task.

Using /Slash Commands:

  1. In the task description or a comment, type /blocking,/waiting, or /link to.
  2. Press Enter on PC or Return on Mac.
  3. Search or browse for the task.

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