Task priorities allow you to easily prioritize your tasks to clearly plan what to do next.
Task Types allow your team to differentiate between different types of tasks your team works with. For example, you might create separate Task Types for Issues, Bugs, Change Requests, Campaigns, Leads, Ideas and so forth.
Yes, Avaza allows you to add your own Task Statuses instead of using the default Not Started, In Progress and Complete statuses.
Project Tags are used to organize and add context to your projects. You can add multiple tags for the same project based on your use case. This is helpful in combining projects across different customers for the purpose of reporting. To manage all Project Tags that exist in your account, Admin users can head over […]
Task Tags are used to organize and add context to your tasks. You can add multiple tags for the same task, or color-coordinate them based on your use case. To manage all Task Tags that exist in your account, Admin users can head over to Settings > Project Management Settings. This section allows you to […]
Projects that no longer need tasks, time or expenses tracked on them can be archived in Avaza. Archived Projects do not count towards your Active Project quota and can help you keep your Active Project list to a manageable size.
Tasks that need to be completed on a recurring basis can be set up as recurring tasks and will be created automatically based on the schedule you choose.
Upload Dropbox files to Avaza so you can attach them to your tasks, comments and more.
You can upload Google Drive files to Avaza directly.
With Avaza you can use multiple currencies, including setting a default currency for your account as well as setting individual currencies for your customers.