Do you want to check out the tasks that you or your team have accomplished? You can get an overview of completed tasks in Freelo in one of the following three ways.
The first option is to click on your avatar (your profile photo at the top right) and go to the Profile section. There you can find the section Your completed tasks, where you can see a list of your tasks sorted by the date of completion.
If you want to check out the list of tasks accomplished by someone else, go to the Users section on the top bar and click on specific name. You will see colleague’s profile, including a list of his or her completed tasks.
If you are interested in the number of completed tasks that you or your team have accomplished over a certain period, select the Reports section on the top bar > Reports and choose Completed tasks in the menu above the graph. You can still narrow your selection to specific users and your own or invited projects. You also have the option of the period for which the data should be displayed.
After you move the cursor to a column in the chart, you’ll see a specific number of completed tasks on that day.
The last option is to use the Dashboard which serves as a general board for summary of all the tasks across projects. You can get there via the house icon from anywhere in the application.
There you can use the active filter in the right column to filter the tasks that you or one of your colleagues have accomplished. Just check Completed Tasks in the Task Status field.
You can also save this filter for faster and easier access to the list of completed tasks in the future. Here you can find more about how to save the filter and which other filters might be useful for you.