Assignee cards

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Assignee cards show you how many tasks each person or Team is working on, as well as tasks that might've been forgotten.

For more granular customization options, check out the Custom cards available on the Business Plan and above.

Widgets were renamed to cards on March 9th, 2023.

What you'll need

Assignee card types

The following Assignee cards are available:
  • Tasks by Assignee
  • Total Unassigned Tasks
  • Total Assigned (Not Completed) Tasks

Tasks by Assignee

View the total number of tasks assigned to each person in a selected location. You can see this data in a pie, battery, or bar chart.
Screenshot of a Tasks by Assignee card.

Total Unassigned Tasks

See how many tasks are unassigned in a specific location.
Screenshot of a Total Unassigned Tasks card.

Total Assigned (Not Completed) Tasks

See how many tasks have been assigned but not completed in a specific location.

Create an Assignee card

You can create Assignee cards for new or existing Dashboards:
  1. Open a Dashboard.
  2. In the upper-right corner, click + Add card.
  3. In the left sidebar, click Assignees.
  4. Choose a card type.
  5. Customize your card.
  6. In the lower-right corner, click Add card.

Customization options

There are different customization options depending on what card type you use.The following options are available for all Assignee cards:
Customization option Description
Location Choose which Spaces, Folders, and Lists to include.
Include subtasks Choose to include subtasks.
Include archived Choose to include archived tasks.
Include Tasks in Multiple Lists Choose to include Tasks in Multiple Lists.
Include Subtasks in Multiple Lists Choose to include Subtasks in Multiple Lists.
Include closed Choose to include closed tasks.
Task Filter
Add additional filters to adjust what your card displays.
  • Tip: Learn how time-based cards are affected by filters here.

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