Sometimes terms can be quite confusing, especially when the tool is new to you. We have prepared a glossary of the most common Freelo terms, names of items and features. It will make your orientation faster. You will find your way through easier. So let’s get started!
Project is the highest level in Freelo’s structure. It is a folder of related To-Do lists, tasks and subtasks. Common topics are: the client you work for or cooperate with, particular company’s departments or your business fields. Invite users to a project, share files and the financial side.
It is a list of tasks that are somehow related. The To-Do list is always located in a particular project. There is an unlimited amount of To-Do lists in each project. Useful features are financial budget of To-Do list and setting user’s access to To-Do list.
It is a particular task that needs to be solved. Task is always located in a particular To-Do list. It is the main space where you discuss task details and move it to the successful completion. Tasks can have an assigned solver, due date, priority, attached files and you can track time over the task.
Smart subtask is the next level in Freelo’s structure. It is a checklist of activities that need to be done within the task or divided activities for users to make the cooperation easier. Subtasks are always located in particular tasks. Smart subtasks can have assigned solver, due date, label and also have their own discussion.
It is a detailed structure of the task divided into particular points – subtasks. It is a part of smart subtask as a simple checklist of activities that you do not want to forget. It is great to use them for repeated processes.
Each task and smart subtask has a discussion with comments. It is the most important space where you solve the task, communicate with your colleagues and have the same goal – complete the task successfully.
You can find all the projects you are invited in or created yourself are in the section All projects. Projects are divided into the following groups:
This is a project you are invited in by another user. It is most likely your company’s, boss’ or client’s project where you cooperate. This project is not a part of your plan limit.
In the section My projects you can find all the projects you own. That means you are the project captain and it is counted in your plan limit. Usually these projects are created by you or the Project manager who you appointed.
Template is a well-prepared project with To-Do lists, tasks and subtasks for repeated activities. Project template is a defined process. Design your own templates from projects and use them with your team. It helps you to keep the same procedures and prevent forgetting.
It is a completed project or project you do not need to work on at the moment. Archived project is not active so it does not count in your plan limit. You can have as many archived projects as you like. In case you are the project owner it is possible to restore the project anytime.
It is a project you are currently working on and counts into your plan limit.
The captain alias project owner is the one who the project belongs to. Own projects are within the limit of the captain’s plan. These projects are so called active projects. The number of active projects is related to the purchased plan.
It is a user who is appointed Project manager by the project captain. Project manager can create projects under the captain’s plan. The captain can appoint an unlimited number of Project managers when purchasing a Team or Business plan.
The project Admin is related to a particular project and is appointed by the captain. Admin can see all the project details just as the captain and invite users. Admin has access to the financial side of the project – budget, reports, user’s hourly rates and can remove users. Each Project manager can also be an Admin of the projects that he/she creates. The captain can appoint an unlimited number of Admins when purchasing a Team or Business plan.
A solver is a user who is assigned to a particular sub/task. The solver is responsible for current sub/task completion. Each sub/task can have only one solver at the time. The solver can be changed anytime. Tasks can be assigned to more users thanks to subtask solvers.
Dashboard is the keyboard of all the tasks and subtasks across the projects. General view is set for sub/tasks assigned to you and sorted by due date. There are filters to create personalized views of the sub/tasks. You can get there via the house icon in the top left corner from anywhere in the app.
Each task and smart subtask can have a due date. Due date can be a specific day or run for multiple days. Tasks and subtasks with due dates are visible in the Calendar. The assigned user to a sub/task with a due date is automatically notified about the upcoming terms.
Sub/tasks with a due date are visible in the Calendar. It is very simple to plan and change due dates in the calendar. You can use a month, week or day view and filter by projects and users. Thanks to the calendar you have an overview of all the due dates across the projects. You can also export the due dates to Google calendar, Outlook etc.
Most of the actions in Freelo cause notices to related users. Such as a new comment in the task you follow, completed tasks, new assigned tasks and so on. Freelo sends you the notifications about them also to your email.
The labels help you to sort and filter sub/tasks that are somehow related or similar. Labels can be used as a status (Inbox, In Progress, Done), categorizing particular activity or clients. Labels are colourful and are useful when organizing work effectively.
Each task can be set as repeated. It is useful when you do the work regularly. Repeating can be set daily, monthly, quarterly, annually or for example on every first Monday of the month.
For each sub/task you can set your own reminder. On the specific day and time you receive a notification in Freelo. It is useful when you receive a notification about something but want to get back to it later.
Tasks and subtasks can have none, low, medium or high priority. It is useful to set particular importance of the sub/task and mark some of them as more urgent than the others. The priority is well visible on Dashboard and the project detail.
Share via public link
To-Do lists, the task detail with discussion and notes can be shared with someone who does not use Freelo. Thanks to a generated secret public link you can send the project details to your client or supplier.
History is a sub/task changelog. It shows all the activities since the task creation such as new comments, added subtasks, changed due date, added label and completion. History is in each sub/task detail.
Sections are part of each project detail. The section titles are written in red color such as To-Do lists, Pinned items, Notes, Recent activities or Users. You can change their order according to importance or hide some of them.
Pinned items are one of the project sections. You can add the important links such as tasks, notes, external sites or storage related to the project.
Each project has a section Recent activities where you can find everything that happened within the project. For example new added comments, tasks or invited users, changed solvers and due dates or completed tasks.
Each project has a section Files. All the attachments that users add into discussions are located there. Such as pictures, tabs, PDFs and so on.
Each project has a section for Notes – text documents where you invite the users, discuss and share the important information.
Daily, weekly and monthly statements
The overview of work reports in the tabs per day, week or month. There are various views and filters such as per user, project, To-Do list, label or particular time period. Reports can be downloaded in the CSV.
Reports to Invoice
The list of invoices that you created based on the reports in Freelo.
In particular projects each user can have an hourly rate. It is set by the project captain, Admin or the user self. In case the user reports the time over tasks and has adjusted hourly rate it is multiplied.
A project budget helps the captain and Admin control the financial side of the project. Each project can have a financial budget and also a time capacity.
Imports of projects
Trial is a 14days free plan without any limits. Trial has every new registered user. Thanks to unlimited plans you can test Freelo before you decide if you want to purchase a plan or use the Free plan forever.
Changelog site is a list of all the new features in Freelo
Multi-factor authentication (2FA)
2FA is a safe login process where you need a code given by the app on your cell phone. Apart from an email and password we will want unique code from the message on your cell phone or Google authenticator.
In the section Security and Login you can find all the devices you are just login to Freelo. You can log out all the unwanted devices in case you do not use it anymore.
List of past logins to your Freelo accounts on all the devices. Check if there are verified devices in your profile.
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