A milestone represents an important date within you project, such as the start of a development, or a deadline for work to be completed by. When viewing your project's Gantt chart, milestones are represented with a diamond icon.
Milestones can be created in one of two ways:
By converting an existent task into a milestone.
By creating a new milestone.
Watch our short tutorial on how to create milestones:
1. Converting an existent task
1.1. Go to the task overview page ("Projects" > "Tasks")
1.2. The type of the task can be seen in the "Type" column. By double clicking on the type of a task it can be changed to "Milestone".
Only standalone tasks can be converted into milestones. If a task has one or more subtasks you won't be able to change the type.
2. Creating a new milestone
2.1. Navigate to the task overview in your project click on the blue "Add task" button and select "Add milestone".
Add a milestone
2.2. A new milestone will be created in your overview. You can edit the information about the milestone directly in the overview.
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