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We are happy to field any TaskLabels questions that you might have and we try to respond to all Support questions within 24-hours on weekdays. Below is a list of ways to stay in contact with us:

If you do send us a Support Email, please be sure to include the following information to help us better assess your problem:

  1. The device you are using (e.g., iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy, etc.),
  2. How long you have been using TaskLabels,
  3. Your TaskLabels version number (Located in Settings),
  4. Your device’s software version number (for iOS or Android),
  5. Where you are using your device (Home/Office),
  6. A detailed description of your problem,
  7. And how often your problem occurs.

How do I synchronize my data to the cloud, my computer, iPhone, iPad, and Android device?

You can manually synchronize your data to the cloud, computers, iPhones, iPads, Android tablets and Android smartphones by selecting the sync button [ button_sync ]. TaskLabels also automatically synchronizes your data when:

  1. Logging in
  2. Logging out
  3. Sharing information
  4. Minimizing/Maximizing the app

Your TaskLabels data is also automatically encrypted when it is sync’d so it is safe and secure.

How do I save my new TaskLabels settings?

Your new settings will be saved automatically once you change them. However, if you happen to delete your TaskLabels cookies on your computer’s browser, then TaskLabels will revert to its default settings. If you accidentally delete your cookies, simply reset your TaskLabels settings to suit your preference.

What separates TaskLabels from other to-do list apps?

TaskLabels is a powerful yet user-friendly application that allows you the freedom to assign dates and priority levels as well as arrange your tasks under multiple labels.

For example, create the task “Buy Dave’s b-day gift” and label it under “Family Gifts”.You can then attach more labels to the task in seconds, such as “Mall Shopping List” and/or “Things to do before June”. Your task will appear instantly under those labels without having to re-enter the information. Once you complete that task, you can select the blue check-mark and it will be marked as complete in any label it appears under. This remarkable function can help you to greatly improve your time efficiency and organization.

What can I use TaskLabels for?

Here are just a few examples of topics people have used TaskLabels for: holiday gift lists, meeting agendas, places you wish to travel, grocery lists, New Year’s resolutions, tips for getting in shape, wish lists, lifelong/long-term/short-term personal goals, books to read, movie recommendations, contacts in New York, skills you possess or want to acquire, exam dates, allergies of you or others, work tasks, personal budgets, favorite quotes, guest lists, household chores, IOUs, packing lists, websites to check out, things to do in Colorado and more.

Can I share my Labels with others?

Yes, you can now Share any Labels of your choosing. Collaborate with coworkers and friends by allowing users to edit and add to your Labels. You can also Share Labels and mark them as Read-Only if you’d like other users to only be able to view them.

And if the people you want to share the Labels with don’t use TaskLabels, you can simply e-mail them an embedded Label’s list with 2 simple clicks!

How can TaskLabels help me achieve my goals?

With TaskLabels you can quickly create tasks and labels, set priorities and due dates and rearrange your workload into bite-sized pieces with ease. For example, create the task “Learn to Speak Spanish” and you can file it under a label such as “My Bucket List”. Then you can easily add it to other labels such as “To Do in 2012” and/or “Research” without having to re-enter the task. This seemingly simple feature can greatly help you to accomplish more.

Which mobile devices does TaskLabels support?

Currently TaskLabels supports iPod/iPhone/iPad and all Android devices.

What if my mobile device gets lost or broken?

TaskLabels has a one-touch syncing feature which lets you backup your data with speed and ease. This data is then securely encrypted and stored on our cloud servers, allowing you to recover and update your information on any new device.

How do I delete a label or a task?

Mobile:

In order to delete a label, tap the Label List icon [ button_list ] and long-press the label (Android) or swipe the label to the left (iOS). A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm the deletion.

With tasks it’s similar, just long-press the task (Android) or swipe any task to the left (iOS) and it will be deleted.

Web app:

Even simpler, just use your mouse to hover over a task or a label and select the trashcan icon [ delete ].

NOTE: There are two types of shared labels: Read-only [ readonly_mini ] and Editable [ editable_mini ]. Read-only labels can only be edited and deleted by the person who created them. Editable labels can be edited and deleted by anyone the label is shared to. In order to view your shared labels, select the Shared Labels icon [ share ] (Web & Tablet), or tap the TaskLabels logo [ PM_logo ] and select Shared Labels (mobile).

How do I archive a task?

(In order to archive tasks, you need to be a premium member.)

Mobile:

Option 1: Long-press (Android) or left-swipe (iOS) the task. A menu will pop up, giving you a choice to archive that task.

Option 2: In settings menu, choose the option ‘Archive Completed Tasks’

Web:

Option 1: Hover over the task, an Archive icon will be shown. Click it.

Option 2:  In settings menu, choose the option ‘Archive Completed Tasks’

Can I Sort My Labels?

We currently do not provide a way to manually sort labels. However, we created a Favorites section (Denoted by the star icon: ) that allows users to easily arrange and manage labels that are frequently used. The Favorites section displays icons, each label’s name, the number of tasks in each label, and they are all color coded. Labels highlighted in red mean that one or more of the tasks in the label is overdue.

To add a label to your list of favorites:

  1. Select the plus sign (add_icon) followed by My Favorite Labels.
  2. Tick the relevant labels and select Save.

To view your favorites, select the Favorites icon ().

To rearrange your favorites on your iPhone or iPad: Tap, hold and then drag the label to its new location. From an Android device: Long hold, then drag the label to its new location. Note: There is no sorting function in the Favorites section of the web version.

How do I complete a task?

To complete a TaskLabels’ task, follow the instructions below.

Step 1: From any task list page, tap on the circular task indicator which appears next to the task title.

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Step 2: A check mark will appear in the task indicator and the task will be highlighted in green, which means the task has been completed.

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Step 3: To un-complete a task, tap on the task indicator and your task will be un-ticked and un-highlighted.

NOTE: Ticking and un-ticking are great ways to keep track of recurring tasks in recurring labels such as a grocery list. E.G., if you buy milk every week, tick it off once you put it in your basket and the following week un-tick all the relevant items in your grocery list and buy them again!

How do I print labels?

To print labels, first open our web app. If you have not yet set up an account on your PC or Mac, please go to www.tasklabels.com/app, select Web App, and then follow the instructions on screen. Be sure to use the same Username and Password that you used on your first TaskLabels’ account. Then Sync ( button_sync ) your data.

Step 1: From the web app, select the appropriate label, then select the Print icon ( print ) located in the upper-right hand corner.

Step 2: Select either Titles to print only the titles of the labels or Titles and Descriptions to print both the titles and the label notes.

Step 3: Then select Print.

A printout of your label complete with check boxes will be printed out.

How do I email labels?

Sharing labels is easy with TaskLabels, simply follow the instructions below:

Step 1: Select the label you would like to email.

Step 2: Select the share icon (button_share).

Step 3: Select the Email this Label option.

Step 4: Enter the email address in the address box provided and then select Send.

A nice printable picture of your label will be emailed directly to the appropriate person(s).

How do I find my TaskLabels Username?

To locate your TaskLabels username, follow the instructions below.

Step 1: From tasklabels.com, click Log In, enter in your email address and password in the spaces provided, and then select the “Log In” button.

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Step 2: Once the app fully loads, locate your username in the top right corner next to the search bar and next to this icon [ user_icon ].

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Step 3: You can also locate your TaskLabels username in your iPhone, iPad, and Android device, or on the web by going to the settings section [setting_icon] and then locating “Current user:”.

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Adding Tasks

Adding Labels

Calendar View

Completing Tasks

Deleting Tasks, Labels, Favorites, and Label Groups

Editing

Favorites

Label Groups

Printing Labels

Progress Reports

Sharing Labels

Sorting Tasks

Task Indicators

Time Stamping

Android Data

November 25th, 2015: Several Android smartphone users noted the app would fail to automatically sync and get stuck when they minimized and maximized the app. Thus, we added a toggle switch in Settings to resolve this issue. When the toggle switch is turned off, the app will still automatically sync when logging in/out and sharing information. Please update your Android device to the latest version of TaskLabels to resolve this issue.

White Screen in Web App

July 22, 2015: Some of our users are reporting a white screen when they try to access our web app. If you experience this problem, please update your Adobe Flash Player to the latest version: https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.

Getting Started

Thank you for choosing TaskLabels! We hope you’ll find it to be user-friendly, flexible, and fun to use! To get started, please download our TaskLabels Android Smartphone User’s Guide, click here to download. Then Create a New Account online at the TaskLabels Sign-up screen or Login with your existing TaskLabels’ Username/Email Address and Password. Use your TaskLabels Username/Email Address and Password to login to TaskLabels and synchronize all your TaskLabels data on all your devices: iPhones, iPads, Android Smartphones, Android Tablets, and online (PC & Mac).

Adding Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

To add tasks, labels, label groups, or favorite labels; tap “+” and select the appropriate item (+ Task, + Label, + Label Group, or My Favorite Labels).

Editing Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To edit a task, tap on any task, edit the task information, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a label, tap on any label, tap the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a label group, tap on any label group (located in the Menu more_menu), tap the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label group, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a favorite, tap “+”, tap My Favorite Labels, tick or untick your favorites, then tap Save.

Deleting Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To delete a task, tap and hold (long press) any task, tap Delete, then tap Okay.
  • To delete a label, tap and hold (long press) any label, tap Delete, then tap Okay.
  • To delete a label group, tap on any label group, tap the edit icon [ button_edit2 ], tap Delete this Label Group, and then tap Okay.
  • To delete a favorite, tap “+”, tap My Favorite Labels, untick your favorites, then tap Save.

Synchronizing Data to Different Devices

  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s Android data to another Android device, iPad, or iPhone, first make sure you have downloaded and installed the app on your other device, then make sure you have created an account using the same username and password. Afterwards, tap the Sync icon [button_sync].
  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s Android data to TaskLabels online (PC or Mac), first make sure you have created an account online (www.tasklabels.com) using the same username and password, then tap the Sync icon [button_sync].

Navigating the App

There are four primary navigation menus on the Android app:

  1. The Calendar view [button_calendar], displays tasks by calendar date.
  2. The Favorites view [ button_view ], displays your favorite labels.
  3. The Label List view [ button_list ], displays a list of your labels.
  4. The Menu view [ more_menu], provides access to search, settings, tools, today’s tasks, overdue tasks, all tasks, unlabeled tasks, shared labels, archive, label groups, and account storage info.

Please see the following sections to learn more about each view.

Calendar View

Calendar view [button_calendar]: Tap this icon to view your tasks on a monthly basis. Tap any date, enter the basic task information in the Add new task box, and then select Done. Tap Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed info to the task and then tap Save. Afterwards, the task will automatically be assigned to the date you selected. Completed tasks will have a GREEN circle [ Green_Ball ] displayed in the date it was completed. Overdue tasks will appear on the calendar in RED.

Swipe the calendar up or down to view future months and previous months respectively. Tap the Today icon ( today ) to return to the current month. Today’s date is circled.

Favorites View

Favorites view [ button_view ]: Tap this icon to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold and drag any label to reorder it. Tap any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, tap the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Label List View

Label List view [ button_list ]: Tap this icon to view a list of all your labels. On the far right side is the number of tasks in each label. Labels in RED have tasks that are overdue. Tap the labels to view the tasks associated with each label.

The Menu View

  1. There are 3 ways to access the Menu view:
    1. Tap the Menu icon [ more_menu].
    2. Swipe the screen to the right.
    3. Tap the TaskLabels’ logo [ PM_logo ].
  2. The Menu view helps you navigate quickly to your tasks, shared labels, and archived tasks. You can view today’s tasks, overdue tasks, all tasks, as well as unlabeled tasks. It also displays group labels (Listed below Archive) and provides several other key functions:
  • Tap the Home icon [home_icon] to return to your Home screen.
  • Tap Search [search_icon ] to find tasks and labels.
  • Tap the Settings icon [setting_icon] to view your settings.
  • Tap the Question Mark icon [button_help] for support and tools.
  • Tap the Close button [sideslip] to close the window.
  • And for free users of TaskLabels, your storage limit will be listed under Account Storage. Tap it to upgrade to Premium.

Labeling Tasks

Grouping tasks into labels is one of the best ways to organize your life. They help you see the big picture, manage the details, and stay on task.

  • To create a label, tap the plus sign [ + ], select + Label, choose a label name, color, icon, and then tap Save.
  • To view your labels, tap the Label List icon [button_list].
  • To view tasks associated with each label, tap the label.
  • To add tasks to a specific label, tap the label, enter the task name under Add new task and then tap Done. Tap Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed information about the task.
  • You can also assign multiple labels to each task. To begin, tap on any task. From the Task Details page, tick the labels you’d like to assign to the task, or tap + Label to add a new label. Then tap Save.
  • To group labels, tap the plus sign [ + ], tap + Label Group, enter a label group name in the description box, tick the appropriate labels to be assigned to this group, then tap Save.

Searching the App

To access the search bar, tap on the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], then tap on the Search icon [ search_icon ]. You have two search options:

  1. To search by label, tap Search by Filtering Labels to bring up a list of your labels. Tick the appropriate label(s), then tap Go!
  2. To search by keyword, input a search word in the Enter keyword search box provided, then tap the Search icon [ search_icon ].

Sharing Labels

To share a label, follow the instructions below:

  1. From any label page, tap the share icon [ button_share ] and select Share this label.
  2. Enter the TaskLabels’ username of the person you’d like to share the label with in the space provided and tap the plus sign [ add_gray ].
  3. Tick the corresponding circle next to the name of the person(s) you’d like to share your label to in the displayed box.
  4. Tap Read Only [ readonly_mini]to allow your friend(s) to view your label, tap Editable [ editable_mini] to allow your friend(s) to edit your label.
  5. Then tap Save.

Note: If you’d like to share a label to someone who does not have a TaskLabel’s account, tap the share icon [ button_share ] and select Email this Label. Enter the person’s email address and then press Send.

Sharing Labels with Facebook Friends

TaskLabels allows you to easily collaborate with Facebook friends. Follow the steps below:

  1. From the TaskLabels’ login page, tap the Sign-in with Facebook button and follow the instructions on screen.
  2. Select the label you would like to share, tap the share icon [button_share], and then select Share this label.
  3. Tap the Share with Facebook Friends button, tick the friend(s), select Read-only or Editable, tap Save, and enter any notes in the popup memo screen.
  4. A Facebook photo along with a Facebook icon will appear on all items shared with Facebook friends.

Managing Shared Tasks

TaskLabels allows you to receive shared labels and to send out shared labels. Below is an explanation about the tasks contained within those shared labels:

  1. Viewing Shared Tasks: To view shared tasks, tap on a Calendar date and select the Shared Tasks tab. Shared tasks that have been assigned to that specific date will appear. Or tap Shared Label in the slide-out Menu ( more_menu)
  2. Labels shared to you: Tasks that someone else has shared to you appear highlighted in blue on your Calendar (if they have an assigned due date). Overdue tasks appear highlighted in red.
  3. Labels you share to others: Tasks that you share in your labels appear as normal tasks in your calendar.
  4. NOTE: Shared tasks that are Read-only can only be edited and completed by the person who created the task. Shared tasks that are Editable can be completed by any shared user.

Managing Shared Labels

Once you start collaborating with other TaskLabelers, your list of shared users will begin to grow. To manage this list, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels’ icon [ PM_logo ], then tap the Shared Labels section. From the Shared Labels page, you’ll be able to keep track of all your shared users. The Recent Shares tab displays up to ten recently shared users, while the All Shares tab displays all shared users. Tap List to manage users that are allowed or blocked from sharing with you.

From the Recent Shares tab, arrows pointing to the left [ share_incoming2 ] mean that users are sharing data with you. Arrows pointing the the right [ shear_outgoing2 ]mean that you are sharing the data to someone else. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

From the All Shares tab, a list of all your shared users will be displayed. Tap on any user’s name to see what items are shared. Tap on the shared label(s) to see what content is being shared. Also displayed will be an icon noting rather the labels are Editable [ editable_mini] or Read Only [ readonly_mini ]. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

Labels You are Sharing. From any shared label, an icon(s) [ shared_icon ] displaying the first initial of the person(s) you are sharing the label to will also be highlighted at the top. Tap the icon to manage shared users.

Labels Shared to You. From any shared label, an icon(s) displaying the first initial of the person(s) who is sharing the label to you will also be highlighted at the top. This icon indicates the label is Read Only [ readonly ] while this icon indicates the label is Editable [ editable ].

Managing Shared Users

  • To block users from sharing data with you, go to the Shared Labels page, and tap the (Allow/Block) List icon [list] at the bottom right. From the Allow/Block List page, tick the circle associated with each person whom you’d like to block [block].
  • Tap Hide Blocked Users to hide their name from your list. Tap Show Blocked Users to view them.

Grouping Labels

Grouping your labels together is a great way to keep your labels organized. To create a Label Group, tap the plus sign [ + ], and select + Label Group. Enter the label group name in the box provided, tick the relevant labels, and tap Save. To view your Label Groups, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], scroll down to the bottom of the Menu and your Label Groups will be listed below “Archive“.

Organizing Tasks

To rearrange your tasks, from any task page, tap the Sort icon [ button_sort ] and select the appropriate item. The current ordering system will be highlighted in GREEN and displayed with a Checkmark icon [ check ]. Tap the Checkmark to reverse the order.

To manually rearrange your tasks, from any task page,

  1. Tap the Order icon [ button_sort ],
  2. Tap Manual,
  3. Tap the Manual Sort icon [ edit_sort ].
  4. From the Manual Sort page, drag any Reorder icon [ edit_sort ] to manually move tasks.

Logging In/Out

  • When logging in for the first time, you’ll be asked to create a Username. Enter a name in the box provided and tap Okay. If you are using TaskLabels on another iOS device, an Android device, or on the web (PC of Mac), be sure to use the same username and password on all devices. This way you’ll be able to synchronize your TaskLabels data across devices.
  • To log in, enter your username and password in the spaces provided, then tap Login.
  • If you are logging in from your Facebook account for the first time, enter a unique Display Name that you would like to have for your account. This name will be used when your friends connect with you on TaskLabels and collaborate. Afterwards, tap Okay.
  • To log out, tap on the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ] followed by the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then scroll down to the bottom of the Settings page and tap Sync and Logout. Your data will automatically be synchronized to your other devices and you’ll be logged out.

Time Stamping

Time stamps are a convenient feature that help keep track of when your tasks were created, modified, and completed. Furthermore, since all tasks are automatically time stamped, the time stamps will only show up if you access them. To view any task’s time stamp, open any Task Details page and tap on the Time Stamps button. You’ll then be able to see when your task was created, last modified, and completed (if it’s been completed).

Archiving Tasks

Archive mode lets you quickly clear your completed tasks to a secure folder that you can easily access at any time. It keeps your account clean and all your completed tasks backed up. Archiving tasks is a feature only available to our premium users. To upgrade your account, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ] followed by the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then tap Become TaskLabels Premium Member and follow the instructions on screen.

To Archive your data, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], and tap the Archive section. Then follow the instructions on screen.

Task Indicators

TaskLabels simplifies time management by offering At-a-Glance Indicators which tick off the time, clockwise, before and after a task is due. The indicators start ticking seven days before a task is due. Below is a description of each indicator:

  1. Clear Indicators: There is no set due date or the task has more than seven days till it is due.
  2. GREEN Indicators: The clock is ticking towards the due date.
  3. RED Indicators: The item is past due and the clock is ticking past the due date.
  4. RED Exclamation point [!]: If the indicator is fully red and has a RED exclamation point in the center [ ! ], then your task is more than seven days past due!

Task Notifications

TaskLabels provides several notification options. From any task page, after setting a Due Date, a Reminder field will appear. Tap the field and then select the appropriate notification setting. For example, “010 min(s)” means you will be reminded ten minutes before the task is due. “300 hour(s)” means you will be reminded 300 hours before the task is due. After you have set your reminder, tap Close and your reminder will be displayed in the Reminder field. Then tap Save to save your changes.

A pop-up reminder will be displayed at the appropriate time giving you three options: Choose Dismiss to dismiss the task, choose Go to to open the task details page, choose Snooze to snooze for a preset amount of time. Adjust your snooze time in Settings (Tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], then tap the Settings icon [setting_icon]). The default time is 8 minutes.

Note: Today’s Task alert simply has one option: Dismiss. Go to Settings [setting_icon] to adjust this option. And popup reminders will only appear if you first set a due date and then set a reminder in the Task Details page.

Creating Favorites

Selecting favorites is a great way to manage your frequently used labels. Tap the Star/Favorites icon [button_view] to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner of each favorite tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold, and drag any label to reorder it. Tap any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, tap the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Emailing Labels

TaskLabels offers two ways to email friends so you can share labels and start collaborating.

  1. To email a label, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Email this Label. An email form will popup with your label embedded into the email. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then tap Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient.
  2. To email a friend to start using TaskLabels, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Get a Friend to use TaskLabels. An email form will popup with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then tap Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient. After your friend has created a TaskLabels account, be sure to get his/her username so you can add them to your sharing list the next time you’d like to share a label. See Sharing Labels for more information.

TaskLabels Settings

The Settings section of TaskLabels allows you to adjust the app to your personal preferences. To view your app settings, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], then tap the Settings icon [ setting_icon]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Become a TaskLabels Premium Member: Tap this button to become a premium user.
  • Current user: This shows your display name.
  • Today’s Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily task alert displays the tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Shared Todays’ Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily shared task alert displays the shared tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Show Capsules: Displays an abbreviated label name underneath all your tasks.
  • Show Shares on Calendar: Displays shared tasks on your Calendar.
  • Text Size: Adjusts the text size on your app.
  • Default Home Screen: Adjust your default home screen. You have three options: List view, Calendar view, or Favorites.
  • Reminder Snooze: Sets the amount of time your snooze will last. The default time is 8 minutes.
  • Set Passcode Lock: Sets a passcode to protect access your TaskLabels’ data.
  • Restore Purchases: Tap this button to cancel your subscription to TaskLabels.
  • Delete Completed Tasks: Tap this button to delete all your completed tasks.
  • Sync and Logout: Tap this button to synchronize your data to other devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • Version Number: This displays the version number of your app.

TaskLabels Help

The Help section of TaskLabels provides information about the app, support information, as well as information about the company that makes TaskLabels–Unchained Apps.

To view your app’s support resources, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], then tap the Question mark icon [ button_help ]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Getting Started: Provides information to help you learn how to use TaskLabels.
  • Syncing: Provides detailed information about synchronizing your data to multiple devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • More Tools: Provides a link to TaskLabels’ website and links to TaskLabels’ social media channels.
  • Tell a Friend: Opens an email form with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels.
  • Support & Feedback: Opens an email form with our support email address pre-written in the address bar. If you send us a support email, be sure to provide the following information:
    1. The device you are using (e.g., iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy, etc.),
    2. How long you have been using TaskLabels,
    3. Your TaskLabels version number (Located in Settings),
    4. Your device’s software version number (for iOS or Android),
    5. Where you are using your device (Home/Office),
    6. A detailed description of your problem,
    7. And how often your problem occurs.
  • About Unchained Apps: Provides a description of the company who created TaskLabels, Unchained Apps.
  • Copyright: Displays copyright information.

Go Premium

TaskLabels is free to use. The free version allows users to sync across multiple devices, create up to 300 tasks, up to 30 labels, and up to 3 label groups. A Premium upgrade allows users to do the following:

  • Create unlimited tasks
  • Create unlimited labels
  • Archive completed tasks
  • Import tasks using a CSV (Comma Separated Value) file format (A standard spreadsheet format)
  • Obtain Premium customer support

For more information about going Premium and using all the great features that TaskLabels has to offer, please click here to view our pricing page.

Getting Started

Thank you for choosing TaskLabels! We hope you’ll find it to be user-friendly, flexible, and fun to use! To get started, please download our TaskLabels Android Tablet App User’s Guide, click here to download. Then Create a New Account online at the TaskLabels Sign-up screen or Login with your existing TaskLabels’ Username/Email Address and Password. Use your TaskLabels Username/Email Address and Password to login to TaskLabels and synchronize all your TaskLabels data on all your devices: iPhones, iPads, Android Smartphones, Android Tablets, and online (PC & Mac).

The Dashboard

There are four primary navigation menus on the Android Tablet app:

  1. The Dashboard is on the left side of the app and provides quick access to numerous key functions:

A. Tap the Task icon [ ] to view your tasks.

B. Tap the Label List icon [ button_list ] to view a list of your labels.

C. Tap the Favorites icon [ button_view ] to view your favorites.

D. Tap the Calendar icon [ button_calendar] to view your calendar.

E. Tap the Share icon [ share ] to view your shared labels.

F. Tap the Group icon [ group ] to view your label groups.

G. Tap the Plus sign [ add ] to add tasks, labels, label groups, and favorites.

H. Tap the Search icon [ search_icon ] to search via labels and keywords.

I. Tap the Settings icon [ setting_icon ] to view your settings.

J. Tap the Question mark icon [ button_help ] to view support info.

Please see the following sections to learn more about each view.

The Footer

The Footer is on the lower section of the app and provides quick access to a variety of key functions:

A. For free users of TaskLabels, your storage limit will be listed under Account Storage. Tap it to upgrade to Premium.

B. Tap the Sort icon [ button_sort ] to sort your tasks. Tap Manual to reveal the Manual sort icon [ edit_sort ]. Tap this icon and then manually sort your tasks.

C. From the labels or favorites screens, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] to share labels, email labels, and invite friends to use TaskLabels.

D. Tap the Sync icon [ button_sync ] to synchronize your data to another mobile device or to our desktop app. A Checkmark [ check ] will appear when your sync is completed.

Adding Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

To add tasks, labels, label groups, or favorite labels; tap “+” and select the appropriate item (+ Task, + Label, + Label Group, or My Favorite Labels).

Editing Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To edit a task, tap on any task, edit the task information, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a label, tap on any label, tap the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a label group, tap on the Label Group icon [ group ], tap the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label group, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a favorite, tap “+”, tap My Favorite Labels, tick or untick your favorites, then tap Save.

Deleting Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To delete a task, tap and hold (long press) any task, tap Delete, then tap Okay.
  • To delete a label, tap and hold (long press) any label, tap Delete, then tap Okay.
  • To delete a label group, tap on any label group, tap the edit icon [ button_edit2 ], tap Delete this Label Group, and then tap Okay.
  • To delete a favorite, tap “+”, tap My Favorite Labels, untick your favorites, then tap Save.

Synchronizing Data to Different Devices

  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s Android data to another Android device, iPad, iPhone, or to our website, first make sure you have downloaded and installed the app on your other device, then make sure you have created an account using the same username and password. Afterwards, tap the Sync icon [button_sync].
  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s Android data to TaskLabels online (PC or Mac), first make sure you have created an account online (www.tasklabels.com) using the same username and password, then tap the Sync icon [button_sync].

Calendar View

Calendar view [button_calendar]: Tap this icon to view your tasks on a monthly basis. Tap any date, enter the basic task information in the Add new task box, and then select Done. Tap Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed info to the task and then tap Save. Afterwards, the task will automatically be assigned to the date you selected. Completed tasks will have a GREEN circle [ Green_Ball ] displayed in the date it was completed. Overdue tasks will appear on the calendar in RED.

Swipe the calendar up or down to view future months and previous months respectively. Tap the Today icon ( today ) to return to the current month. Today’s date is circled.

Favorites View

Favorites view [ button_view ]: Tap this icon to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold and drag any label to reorder it. Tap any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, tap the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Label List View

Label List View [ button_list ]: Tap this icon to view a list of all your labels. On the far right side is the number of tasks in each label. Labels in RED have tasks that are overdue. Tap the labels to view the tasks associated with each label.

Labeling Tasks

Grouping tasks into labels is one of the best ways to organize your life. They help you see the big picture, manage the details, and stay on task.

  • To create a label, tap the plus sign [ + ], select + Label, choose a label name, color, icon, and then tap Save.
  • To view your labels, tap the Label List icon [button_list].
  • To view tasks associated with each label, tap the label.
  • To add tasks to a specific label, tap the label, enter the task name under Add new task and then tap Done. Tap Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed information about the task.
  • You can also assign multiple labels to each task. To begin, tap on any task. From the Task Details page, tick the labels you’d like to assign to the task, or tap + Label to add a new label. Then tap Save.
  • To group labels, tap the plus sign [ + ], tap + Label Group, enter a label group name in the description box, tick the appropriate labels to be assigned to this group, then tap Save.

Searching the App

To access the search bar, tap on the Search icon [ search_icon ]. You have two search options:

  1. To search by label, tap Search by Filtering Labels to bring up a list of your labels. Tick the appropriate label(s), then tap Go!
  2. To search by keyword, input a search word in the Enter keyword search box provided, then tap the Search icon [ search_icon ].

Sharing Labels

To share a label, follow the instructions below:

  1. From any label page, tap the share icon [ button_share ] and select Share this label.
  2. Enter the TaskLabels’ username of the person you’d like to share the label with in the space provided and tap the plus sign [ add_gray ].
  3. Tick the corresponding circle next to the name of the person(s) you’d like to share your label to in the displayed box.
  4. Tap Read Only [ readonly_mini]to allow your friend(s) to view your label, tap Editable [ editable_mini] to allow your friend(s) to edit your label.
  5. Then tap Save.

Note: If you’d like to share a label to someone who does not have a TaskLabel’s account, tap the share icon [ button_share ] and select Email this Label. Enter the person’s email address and then press Send.

Sharing Labels with Facebook Friends

TaskLabels allows you to easily collaborate with Facebook friends. Follow the steps below:

  1. From the TaskLabels’ login page, tap the Sign-in with Facebook button and follow the instructions on screen.
  2. Select the label you would like to share, tap the share icon [button_share], and then select Share this label.
  3. Tap the Share with Facebook Friends button, tick the friend(s), select Read-only or Editable, tap Save, and enter any notes in the popup memo screen.
  4. A Facebook photo along with a Facebook icon will appear on all items shared with Facebook friends.

Managing Shared Tasks

TaskLabels allows you to receive shared labels and to send out shared labels. Below is an explanation about the tasks contained within those shared labels:

  1. Viewing Shared Tasks: To view shared tasks, tap on a Calendar date and select the Shared Tasks tab. Shared tasks that have been assigned to that specific date will appear. Or tap the Shared Labels icon [ share ].
  2. Labels shared to you: Tasks that someone else has shared to you appear highlighted in blue on your Calendar (if they have an assigned due date). Overdue tasks appear highlighted in red.
  3. Labels you share to others: Tasks that you share in your labels appear as normal tasks in your calendar.
  4. NOTE: Shared tasks that are Read-only can only be edited and completed by the person who created the task. Shared tasks that are Editable can be completed by any shared user.

Managing Shared Labels

Once you start collaborating with other TaskLabelers, your list of shared users will begin to grow. To manage this list, tap the Shared Labels icon [ share ]. From the Shared Labels page, you’ll be able to keep track of all your shared users. The Recent Shares tab displays up to ten recently shared users, while the All Shares tab displays all shared users. Tap List to manage users that are allowed or blocked from sharing with you.

From the Recent Shares tab, arrows pointing to the left [ share_incoming2 ] mean that users are sharing data with you. Arrows pointing the the right [ shear_outgoing2 ]mean that you are sharing the data to someone else. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

From the All Shares tab, a list of all your shared users will be displayed. Tap on any user’s name to see what items are shared. Tap on the shared label(s) to see what content is being shared. Also displayed will be an icon noting rather the labels are Editable [ editable_mini] or Read Only [ readonly_mini ]. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

Labels You are Sharing. From any shared label, an icon(s) [ shared_icon ] displaying the first initial of the person(s) you are sharing the label to will also be highlighted at the top. Tap the icon to manage shared users.

Labels Shared to You. From any shared label, an icon(s) displaying the first initial of the person(s) who is sharing the label to you will also be highlighted at the top. This icon indicates the label is Read Only [ readonly ] while this icon indicates the label is Editable [ editable ].

Managing Shared Users

  • To block users from sharing data with you, go to the Shared Labels page, and tap the (Allow/Block) List icon [list] at the bottom right. From the Allow/Block List page, tick the circle associated with each person whom you’d like to block [block].
  • Tap Hide Blocked Users to hide their name from your list. Tap Show Blocked Users to view them.

Grouping Labels

Grouping your labels together is a great way to keep your labels organized. To create a Label Group, tap the plus sign [ + ], and select + Label Group. Enter the label group name in the box provided, tick the relevant labels, and tap Save. To view your Label Groups, tap the Group icon [ group ].

Organizing Tasks

To rearrange your tasks, from any task page, tap the Sort icon [ button_sort ] and select the appropriate item. The current ordering system will be highlighted in GREEN and displayed with a Checkmark icon [ check ]. Tap the Checkmark to reverse the order.

To manually rearrange your tasks, from any task page,

  1. Tap the Order icon [ button_sort ],
  2. Tap Manual,
  3. Tap the Manual Sort icon [ edit_sort ].
  4. From the Manual Sort page, drag any Reorder icon [ edit_sort ] to manually move tasks.

Logging In/Out

  • When logging in for the first time, you’ll be asked to create a Username. Enter a name in the box provided and tap Okay. If you are using TaskLabels on another iOS device, an Android device, or on the web (PC of Mac), be sure to use the same username and password on all devices. This way you’ll be able to synchronize your TaskLabels data across devices.
  • To log in, enter your username and password in the spaces provided, then tap Login.
  • If you are logging in from your Facebook account for the first time, enter a unique Display Name that you would like to have for your account. This name will be used when your friends connect with you on TaskLabels and collaborate. Afterwards, tap Okay.
  • To log out, tap the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then scroll down to the bottom of the Settings page and tap Sync and Logout. Your data will automatically be synchronized to your other devices and you’ll be logged out.

Time Stamping

Time stamps are a convenient feature that help keep track of when your tasks were created, modified, and completed. Furthermore, since all tasks are automatically time stamped, the time stamps will only show up if you access them. To view any task’s time stamp, open any Task Details page and tap on the Time Stamps button. You’ll then be able to see when your task was created, last modified, and completed (if it’s been completed).

Archiving Tasks

Archive mode lets you quickly clear your completed tasks to a secure folder that you can easily access at any time. It keeps your account clean and all your completed tasks backed up. Archiving tasks is a feature only available to our premium users. To upgrade your account, tap the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ] or the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then tap Become TaskLabels Premium Member and follow the instructions on screen.

To Archive your data, tap the Task icon [ ] and tap the Archive section. Then follow the instructions on screen.

Task Indicators

TaskLabels simplifies time management by offering At-a-Glance Indicators which tick off the time, clockwise, before and after a task is due. The indicators start ticking seven days before a task is due. Each clock movement represents one day, thus there are eight notches or ticks of the clock before and after an item is due.

  1. Clear Indicators: There is no set due date or the task has more than seven days till it is due.
  2. GREEN Indicators: The clock is ticking towards the due date.
  3. RED Indicators: The item is past due and the clock is ticking past the due date.
  4. RED Exclamation point [!]: If the indicator is fully red and has a RED exclamation point in the center [ ! ], then your task is more than seven days past due!

Task Notifications

TaskLabels provides several notification options. From any task page, after setting a Due Date, a Reminder field will appear. Tap the field and then select the appropriate notification setting. For example, “010 min(s)” means you will be reminded ten minutes before the task is due. “300 hour(s)” means you will be reminded 300 hours before the task is due. After you have set your reminder, tap Close and your reminder will be displayed in the Reminder field. Then tap Save to save your changes.

A pop-up reminder will be displayed at the appropriate time giving you three options: Choose Dismiss to dismiss the task, choose Go to to open the task details page, choose Snooze to snooze for a preset amount of time. Adjust your snooze time in Settings [setting_icon]. The default time is 8 minutes.

Note: Today’s Task alert simply has one option: Dismiss. Go to Settings [setting_icon] to adjust this option. And popup reminders will only appear if you first set a due date and then set a reminder in the Task Details page.

Creating Favorites

Selecting favorites is a great way to manage your frequently used labels. Tap the Star/Favorites icon [button_view] to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner of each favorite tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold, and drag any label to reorder it. Tap any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, tap the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Emailing Labels

TaskLabels offers two ways to email friends so you can share labels and start collaborating.

  1. To email a label, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Email this Label. An email form will popup with your label embedded into the email. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then tap Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient.
  2. To email a friend to start using TaskLabels, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Get a Friend to use TaskLabels. An email form will popup with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then tap Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient. After your friend has created a TaskLabels account, be sure to get his/her username so you can add them to your sharing list the next time you’d like to share a label. See Sharing Labels for more information.

TaskLabels Settings

The Settings section of TaskLabels allows you to adjust the app to your personal preferences. To view your app settings, tap the Settings icon [ setting_icon]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Become a TaskLabels Premium Member: Tap this button to become a premium user.
  • Current user: This shows your display name.
  • Today’s Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily task alert displays the tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Shared Todays’ Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily shared task alert displays the shared tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Show Capsules: Displays an abbreviated label name underneath all your tasks.
  • Show Shares on Calendar: Displays shared tasks on your Calendar.
  • Text Size: Adjusts the text size on your app.
  • Default Home Screen: Adjust your default home screen. You have three options: List view, Calendar view, or Favorites.
  • Reminder Snooze: Sets the amount of time your snooze will last. The default time is 8 minutes.
  • Set Passcode Lock: Sets a passcode to protect access your TaskLabels’ data.
  • Restore Purchases: Tap this button to cancel your subscription to TaskLabels.
  • Delete Completed Tasks: Tap this button to delete all your completed tasks.
  • Sync and Logout: Tap this button to synchronize your data to other devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • Version Number: This displays the version number of your app.

TaskLabels Help

The Help section of TaskLabels provides information about the app, support information, as well as information about the company that makes TaskLabels–Unchained Apps.

To view your app’s support resources, tap the Question mark icon [ button_help ]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Getting Started: Provides information to help you learn how to use TaskLabels.
  • Syncing: Provides detailed information about synchronizing your data to multiple devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • More Tools: Provides a link to TaskLabels’ website and links to TaskLabels’ social media channels.
  • Tell a Friend: Opens an email form with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels.
  • Support & Feedback: Opens an email form with our support email address pre-written in the address bar. If you send us a support email, be sure to provide the following information:
    1. The device you are using (e.g., iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy, etc.),
    2. How long you have been using TaskLabels,
    3. Your TaskLabels version number (Located in Settings),
    4. Your device’s software version number (for iOS or Android),
    5. Where you are using your device (Home/Office),
    6. A detailed description of your problem,
    7. And how often your problem occurs.
  • About Unchained Apps: Provides a description of the company who created TaskLabels, Unchained Apps.
  • Copyright: Displays copyright information.

Go Premium

TaskLabels is free to use. The free version allows users to sync across multiple devices, create up to 300 tasks, up to 30 labels, and up to 3 label groups. A Premium upgrade allows users to do the following:

  • Create unlimited tasks
  • Create unlimited labels
  • Archive completed tasks
  • Import tasks using a CSV (Comma Separated Value) file format (A standard spreadsheet format)
  • Obtain Premium customer support

For more information about going Premium and using all the great features that TaskLabels has to offer, please click here to view our pricing page.

Getting Started

Thank you for choosing TaskLabels! We hope you’ll find it to be user-friendly, flexible, and fun to use! To get started, please download our TaskLabels iPad User’s Guide, click here to downloadThen Create a New Account online at the TaskLabels Sign-up screen or Login with your existing TaskLabels’ Username/Email Address and Password. Use your TaskLabels Username/Email Address and Password to login to TaskLabels and synchronize all your TaskLabels data on all your devices: iPhones, iPads, Android Smartphones, Android Tablets, and online (PC & Mac).

The Dashboard

There are four primary navigation menus on the iPad app:

  1. The Dashboard is on the left side of the app and provides quick access to numerous key functions:

A. Tap the Task icon [  ] to view your tasks.

B. Tap the Label List icon [ button_list ] to view a list of your labels.

C. Tap the Favorites icon [ button_view ] to view your favorites.

D. Tap the Calendar icon [ button_calendar] to view your calendar.

E. Tap the Share icon [  share ] to view your shared labels.

F. Tap the Group icon [  group ] to view your label groups.

G. Tap the Plus sign [  add  ] to add tasks, labels, label groups, and favorites.

H. Tap the Search icon [  search_icon  ] to search via labels and keywords.

I. Tap the Settings icon [ setting_icon ] to view your settings.

J. Tap the Question mark icon [  button_help  ] to view support info.

Please see the following sections to learn more about each view.

The Footer

The Footer is on the lower section of the app and provides quick access to a variety of key functions:

A. For free users of TaskLabels, your storage limit will be listed under Account Storage. Tap it to upgrade to Premium.

B. Tap the Sort icon [ button_sort ] to sort your tasks. Tap Manual to reveal the Manual sort icon [ edit_sort ]. Tap this icon and then manually sort your tasks.

C. From the labels or favorites screens, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] to share labels, email labels, and invite friends to use TaskLabels.

D. Tap the Sync icon [ button_sync ]  to synchronize your data to another mobile device or to our desktop app. A Checkmark [ check ] will appear when your sync is completed.

Adding Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

To add tasks, labels, label groups, or favorite labels; tap “+” and select the appropriate item (+ Task, + Label, + Label Group, or My Favorite Labels).

Editing Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To edit a task, tap on any task, edit the task information, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a label, tap on any label, tap the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a label group, tap on the Label Group icon [ group ], tap the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label group, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a favorite, tap “+”, tap My Favorite Labels, tick or untick your favorites, then tap Save.

Deleting Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To delete a task, swipe any task to the left, tap Delete, then tap Okay.
  • To delete a label, swipe any label to the left, tap Delete, then tap Okay.
  • To delete a label group, tap on any label group, tap the edit icon [ button_edit2 ], tap Delete this Label Group, and then tap Okay.
  • To delete a favorite, tap “+”, tap My Favorite Labels, untick your favorites, then tap Save.

Synchronizing Data to Different Devices

  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s iPad data to another iPad, iPhone, Android device, or to our website, first make sure you have downloaded and installed the app on your other device, then make sure you have created an account using the same username and password. Afterwards, tap the Sync icon [button_sync].
  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s iPad data to TaskLabels online (PC or Mac), first make sure you have created an account online (www.tasklabels.com) using the same username and password, then tap the Sync icon [button_sync].

Calendar View

Calendar view [button_calendar]: Tap this icon to view your tasks on a monthly basis. Tap any date, enter the basic task information in the Add new task box, and then select Done. Tap Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed info to the task and then tap Save. Afterwards, the task will automatically be assigned to the date you selected. Completed tasks will have a GREEN circle [ Green_Ball ] displayed in the date it was completed. Overdue tasks will appear on the calendar in RED.

Swipe the calendar up or down to view future months and previous months respectively. Tap the Today icon ( today ) to return to the current month. Today’s date is circled.

Favorites View

Favorites view [ button_view ]: Tap this icon to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold and drag any label to reorder it. Tap any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, tap the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Label List View

Label List View [ button_list ]: Tap this icon to view a list of all your labels. On the far right side is the number of tasks in each label. Labels in RED have tasks that are overdue. Tap the labels to view the tasks associated with each label.

Labeling Tasks

Grouping tasks into labels is one of the best ways to organize your life. They help you see the big picture, manage the details, and stay on task.

  • To create a label, tap the plus sign [ + ], select + Label, choose a label name, color, icon, and then tap Save.
  • To view your labels, tap the Label List icon [button_list].
  • To view tasks associated with each label, tap the label.
  • To add tasks to a specific label, tap the label, enter the task name under Add new task and then tap Done. Tap Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed information about the task.
  • You can also assign multiple labels to each task. To begin, tap on any task. From the Task Details page, tick the labels you’d like to assign to the task, or tap + Label to add a new label. Then tap Save.
  • To group labels, tap the plus sign [ + ], tap + Label Group, enter a label group name in the description box, tick the appropriate labels to be assigned to this group, then tap Save.

Searching the App

To access the search bar, tap on the Search icon [ search_icon ]. You have two search options:

  1. To search by label, tap Search by Filtering Labels to bring up a list of your labels. Tick the appropriate label(s), then tap Go!
  2. To search by keyword, input a search word in the Enter keyword search box provided, then tap the Search icon [ search_icon ].

Sharing Labels

To share a label, follow the instructions below:

  1. From any label page, tap the share icon [ button_share ] and select Share this label.
  2. Enter the TaskLabels’ username of the person you’d like to share the label with in the space provided and tap the plus sign [ add_gray ].
  3. Tick the corresponding circle next to the name of the person(s) you’d like to share your label to in the displayed box.
  4. Tap Read Only [ readonly_mini]to allow your friend(s) to view your label, tap Editable [ editable_mini] to allow your friend(s) to edit your label.
  5. Then tap Save.

Note: If you’d like to share a label to someone who does not have a TaskLabel’s account, tap the share icon [ button_share ] and select Email this Label. Enter the person’s email address and then press Send.

Sharing Labels with Facebook Friends

TaskLabels allows you to easily collaborate with Facebook friends. Follow the steps below:

  1. From the TaskLabels’ login page, tap the Sign-in with Facebook button and follow the instructions on screen.
  2. Select the label you would like to share, tap the share icon [button_share], and then select Share this label.
  3. Tap the Share with Facebook Friends button, tick the friend(s), select Read-only or Editable, tap Save, and enter any notes in the popup memo screen.
  4. A Facebook photo along with a Facebook icon will appear on all items shared with Facebook friends.

Managing Shared Tasks

TaskLabels allows you to receive shared labels and to send out shared labels. Below is an explanation about the tasks contained within those shared labels:

  1. Viewing Shared Tasks: To view shared tasks, tap on a Calendar date and select the Shared Tasks tab. Shared tasks that have been assigned to that specific date will appear. Or tap the Shared Labels icon [ share ].
  2. Labels shared to you: Tasks that someone else has shared to you appear highlighted in blue on your Calendar (if they have an assigned due date). Overdue tasks appear highlighted in red.
  3. Labels you share to others: Tasks that you share in your labels appear as normal tasks in your calendar.
  4. NOTE: Shared tasks that are Read-only can only be edited and completed by the person who created the task. Shared tasks that are Editable can be completed by any shared user.

Managing Shared Labels

Once you start collaborating with other TaskLabelers, your list of shared users will begin to grow. To manage this list, tap the Shared Labels icon [ share ]. From the Shared Labels page, you’ll be able to keep track of all your shared users. The Recent Shares tab displays up to ten recently shared users, while the All Shares tab displays all shared users. Tap List to manage users that are allowed or blocked from sharing with you.

From the Recent Shares tab, arrows pointing to the left [ share_incoming2 ] mean that users are sharing data with you. Arrows pointing the the right [ shear_outgoing2 ]mean that you are sharing the data to someone else. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

From the All Shares tab, a list of all your shared users will be displayed. Tap on any user’s name to see what items are shared. Tap on the shared label(s) to see what content is being shared. Also displayed will be an icon noting rather the labels are Editable [ editable_mini] or Read Only [ readonly_mini ]. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

Labels You are Sharing. From any shared label, an icon(s) [ shared_icon ] displaying the first initial of the person(s) you are sharing the label to will also be highlighted at the top. Tap the icon to manage shared users.

Labels Shared to You. From any shared label, an icon(s) displaying the first initial of the person(s) who is sharing the label to you will also be highlighted at the top. This icon indicates the label is Read Only [ readonly ] while this icon indicates the label is Editable [ editable ].

Managing Shared Users

  • To block users from sharing data with you, go to the Shared Labels page, and tap the (Allow/Block) List icon [list] at the bottom right. From the Allow/Block List page, tick the circle associated with each person whom you’d like to block [block].
  • Tap Hide Blocked Users to hide their name from your list. Tap Show Blocked Users to view them.

Grouping Labels

Grouping your labels together is a great way to keep your labels organized. To create a Label Group, tap the plus sign [ + ], and select + Label Group. Enter the label group name in the box provided, tick the relevant labels, and tap Save. To view your Label Groups, tap the Group icon [  group ].

Organizing Tasks

To rearrange your tasks, from any task page, tap the Sort icon [ button_sort ] and select the appropriate item. The current ordering system will be highlighted in GREEN and displayed with a Checkmark icon [ check ]. Tap the Checkmark to reverse the order.

To manually rearrange your tasks, from any task page,

  1. Tap the Order icon [ button_sort ],
  2. Tap Manual,
  3. Tap the Manual Sort icon [ edit_sort ].
  4. From the Manual Sort page, drag any Reorder icon [ edit_sort ] to manually move tasks.

Logging In/Out

  • When logging in for the first time, you’ll be asked to create a Username. Enter a name in the box provided and tap Okay. If you are using TaskLabels on another iOS device, an Android device, or on the web (PC of Mac), be sure to use the same username and password on all devices. This way you’ll be able to synchronize your TaskLabels data across devices.
  • To log in, enter your username and password in the spaces provided, then tap Login.
  • If you are logging in from your Facebook account for the first time, enter a unique Display Name that you would like to have for your account. This name will be used when your friends connect with you on TaskLabels and collaborate. Afterwards, tap Okay.
  • To log out, tap the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then scroll down to the bottom of the Settings page and tap Sync and Logout. Your data will automatically be synchronized to your other devices and you’ll be logged out.

Time Stamping

Time stamps are a convenient feature that help keep track of when your tasks were created, modified, and completed. Furthermore, since all tasks are automatically time stamped, the time stamps will only show up if you access them. To view any task’s time stamp, open any Task Details page and tap on the Time Stamps button. You’ll then be able to see when your task was created, last modified, and completed (if it’s been completed).

Archiving Tasks

Archive mode lets you quickly clear your completed tasks to a secure folder that you can easily access at any time. It keeps your account clean and all your completed tasks backed up. Archiving tasks is a feature only available to our premium users. To upgrade your account, tap the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ] or the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then tap Become TaskLabels Premium Member and follow the instructions on screen.

To Archive your data, tap the Task icon [ ] and tap the Archive section. Then follow the instructions on screen.

Task Indicators

TaskLabels simplifies time management by offering At-a-Glance Indicators which tick off the time, clockwise, before and after a task is due. The indicators start ticking seven days before a task is due. Each clock movement represents one day, thus there are eight notches or ticks of the clock before and after an item is due.

  1. Clear Indicators: There is no set due date or the task has more than seven days till it is due.
  2. GREEN Indicators: The clock is ticking towards the due date.
  3. RED Indicators: The item is past due and the clock is ticking past the due date.
  4. RED Exclamation point [!]: If the indicator is fully red and has a RED exclamation point in the center [ ! ], then your task is more than seven days past due!

Task Notifications

TaskLabels provides several notification options. From any task page, after setting a Due Date, a Reminder field will appear. Tap the field and then select the appropriate notification setting. For example, “010 min(s)” means you will be reminded ten minutes before the task is due. “300 hour(s)” means you will be reminded 300 hours before the task is due. After you have set your reminder, tap Close and your reminder will be displayed in the Reminder field. Then tap Save to save your changes.

A pop-up reminder will be displayed at the appropriate time giving you three options: Choose Dismiss to dismiss the task, choose Go to to open the task details page, choose Snooze to snooze for a preset amount of time. Adjust your snooze time in Settings  [setting_icon]. The default time is 8 minutes.

Note: Today’s Task alert simply has one option: Dismiss. Go to Settings  [setting_icon] to adjust this option. And popup reminders will only appear if you first set a due date and then set a reminder in the Task Details page.

Creating Favorites

Selecting favorites is a great way to manage your frequently used labels. Tap the Star/Favorites icon [button_view] to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner of each favorite tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold, and drag any label to reorder it. Tap any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, tap the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Emailing Labels

TaskLabels offers two ways to email friends so you can share labels and start collaborating.

  1. To email a label, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Email this Label. An email form will popup with your label embedded into the email. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then tap Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient.
  2. To email a friend to start using TaskLabels, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Get a Friend to use TaskLabels. An email form will popup with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then tap Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient. After your friend has created a TaskLabels account, be sure to get his/her username so you can add them to your sharing list the next time you’d like to share a label. See Sharing Labels for more information.

TaskLabels Settings

The Settings section of TaskLabels allows you to adjust the app to your personal preferences. To view your app settings, tap the Settings icon [ setting_icon]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Become a TaskLabels Premium Member: Tap this button to become a premium user.
  • Current user: This shows your display name.
  • Today’s Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily task alert displays the tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Shared Todays’ Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily shared task alert displays the shared tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Show Capsules: Displays an abbreviated label name underneath all your tasks.
  • Show Shares on Calendar: Displays shared tasks on your Calendar.
  • Text Size: Adjusts the text size on your app.
  • Default Home Screen: Adjust your default home screen. You have three options: List view, Calendar view, or Favorites.
  • Reminder Snooze: Sets the amount of time your snooze will last. The default time is 8 minutes.
  • Set Passcode Lock: Sets a passcode to protect access your TaskLabels’ data.
  • Restore Purchases: Tap this button to cancel your subscription to TaskLabels.
  • Delete Completed Tasks: Tap this button to delete all your completed tasks.
  • Sync and Logout: Tap this button to synchronize your data to other devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • Version Number: This displays the version number of your app.

TaskLabels Help

The Help section of TaskLabels provides information about the app, support information, as well as information about the company that makes TaskLabels–Unchained Apps.

To view your app’s support resources, tap the Question mark icon [ button_help ]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Getting Started: Provides information to help you learn how to use TaskLabels.
  • Syncing: Provides detailed information about synchronizing your data to multiple devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • More Tools: Provides a link to TaskLabels’ website and links to TaskLabels’ social media channels.
  • Tell a Friend: Opens an email form with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels.
  • Support & Feedback: Opens an email form with our support email address pre-written in the address bar. If you send us a support email, be sure to provide the following information:
    1. The device you are using (e.g., iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy, etc.),
    2. How long you have been using TaskLabels,
    3. Your TaskLabels version number (Located in Settings),
    4. Your device’s software version number (for iOS or Android),
    5. Where you are using your device (Home/Office),
    6. A detailed description of your problem,
    7. And how often your problem occurs.
  • About Unchained Apps: Provides a description of the company who created TaskLabels, Unchained Apps.
  • Copyright: Displays copyright information.

Go Premium

TaskLabels is free to use. The free version allows users to sync across multiple devices, create up to 300 tasks, up to 30 labels, and up to 3 label groups. A Premium upgrade allows users to do the following:

  • Create unlimited tasks
  • Create unlimited labels
  • Archive completed tasks
  • Import tasks using a CSV (Comma Separated Value) file format (A standard spreadsheet format)
  • Obtain Premium customer support

For more information about going Premium and using all the great features that TaskLabels has to offer, please click here to view our pricing page.

Getting Started

Thank you for choosing TaskLabels! We hope you’ll find it to be user-friendly, flexible, and fun to use! To get started, please download our TaskLabels iPhone User’s Guide, click here to downloadThen Create a New Account online at the TaskLabels Sign-up screen or Login with your existing TaskLabels’ Username/Email Address and Password. Use your TaskLabels Username/Email Address and Password to login to TaskLabels and synchronize all your TaskLabels data on all your devices: iPhones, iPads, Android Smartphones, Android Tablets, and online (PC & Mac).

Adding Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

To add tasks, labels, label groups, or favorite labels; tap “+” and select the appropriate item (+ Task, + Label, + Label Group, or My Favorite Labels).

Editing Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To edit a task, tap on any task, edit the task information, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a label, tap on any label, tap the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a label group, tap on any label group (located in the Menu more_menu), tap the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label group, and then tap Save.
  • To edit a favorite, tap “+”, tap My Favorite Labels, tick or untick your favorites, then tap Save.

Deleting Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To delete a task, swipe any task to the left, tap Delete, then tap Okay.
  • To delete a label, swipe any label to the left, tap Delete, then tap Okay.
  • To delete a label group, tap on any label group, tap the edit icon [ button_edit2 ], tap Delete this Label Group, and then tap Okay.
  • To delete a favorite, tap “+”, tap My Favorite Labels, untick your favorites, then tap Save.

Synchronizing Data to Different Devices

  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s iPhone data to another iPhone device or Android device, first make sure you have downloaded and installed the app on your other device, then make sure you have created an account using the same username and password. Afterwards, tap the Sync icon [button_sync].
  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s iPhone data to TaskLabels online (PC or Mac), first make sure you have created an account online (www.tasklabels.com) using the same username and password, then tap the Sync icon [button_sync].

Navigating the App

There are four primary navigation menus on the iPhone app:

  1. The Calendar view [button_calendar], displays tasks by calendar date.
  2. The Favorites view [ button_view ], displays your favorite labels.
  3. The Label List view [ button_list ], displays a list of your labels.
  4. The Menu view [ more_menu], provides access to search, settings, tools, today’s tasks, overdue tasks, all tasks, unlabeled tasks, shared labels, archive, label groups, and account storage info.

Please see the following sections to learn more about each view.

Calendar View

Calendar view [button_calendar]: Tap this icon to view your tasks on a monthly basis. Tap any date, enter the basic task information in the Add new task box, and then select Done. Tap Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed info to the task and then tap Save. Afterwards, the task will automatically be assigned to the date you selected. Completed tasks will have a GREEN circle [ Green_Ball ] displayed in the date it was completed. Overdue tasks will appear on the calendar in RED.

Swipe the calendar up or down to view future months and previous months respectively. Tap the Today icon ( today ) to return to the current month. Today’s date is circled.

Favorites View

Favorites view [ button_view ]: Tap this icon to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold and drag any label to reorder it. Tap any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, tap the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Label List View

Label List view [ button_list ]: Tap this icon to view a list of all your labels. On the far right side is the number of tasks in each label. Labels in RED have tasks that are overdue. Tap the labels to view the tasks associated with each label.

The Menu View

  1. There are 3 ways to access the Menu view:
    1. Tap the Menu icon [ more_menu].
    2. Swipe the screen to the right.
    3. Tap the TaskLabels’ logo [ PM_logo ].
  2. The Menu view helps you navigate quickly to your tasks, shared labels, and archived tasks. You can view today’s tasks, overdue tasks, all tasks, as well as unlabeled tasks. It also displays group labels (Listed below Archive) and provides several other key functions:
  • Tap the Home icon [home_icon] to return to your Home screen.
  • Tap Search [search_icon ] to find tasks and labels.
  • Tap the Settings icon [setting_icon] to view your settings.
  • Tap the Question Mark icon [button_help] for support and tools.
  • Tap the Close button [sideslip] to close the window.
  • And for free users of TaskLabels, your storage limit will be listed under Account Storage. Tap it to upgrade to Premium.

Labeling Tasks

Grouping tasks into labels is one of the best ways to organize your life. They help you see the big picture, manage the details, and stay on task.

  • To create a label, tap the plus sign [ + ], select + Label, choose a label name, color, icon, and then tap Save.
  • To view your labels, tap the Label List icon [button_list].
  • To view tasks associated with each label, tap the label.
  • To add tasks to a specific label, tap the label, enter the task name under Add new task and then tap Done. Tap Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed information about the task.
  • You can also assign multiple labels to each task. To begin, tap on any task. From the Task Details page, tick the labels you’d like to assign to the task, or tap + Label to add a new label. Then tap Save.
  • To group labels, tap the plus sign [ + ], tap + Label Group, enter a label group name in the description box, tick the appropriate labels to be assigned to this group, then tap Save.

Searching the App

To access the search bar, tap on the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], then tap on the Search icon [ search_icon ]. You have two search options:

  1. To search by label, tap Search by Filtering Labels to bring up a list of your labels. Tick the appropriate label(s), then tap Go!
  2. To search by keyword, input a search word in the Enter keyword search box provided, then tap the Search icon [ search_icon ].

Sharing Labels

To share a label, follow the instructions below:

  1. From any label page, tap the share icon [ button_share ] and select Share this label.
  2. Enter the TaskLabels’ username of the person you’d like to share the label with in the space provided and tap the plus sign [ add_gray ].
  3. Tick the corresponding circle next to the name of the person(s) you’d like to share your label to in the displayed box.
  4. Tap Read Only [ readonly_mini]to allow your friend(s) to view your label, tap Editable [ editable_mini] to allow your friend(s) to edit your label.
  5. Then tap Save.

Note: If you’d like to share a label to someone who does not have a TaskLabel’s account, tap the share icon [ button_share ] and select Email this Label. Enter the person’s email address and then press Send.

Sharing Labels with Facebook Friends

TaskLabels allows you to easily collaborate with Facebook friends. Follow the steps below:

  1. From the TaskLabels’ login page, tap the Sign-in with Facebook button and follow the instructions on screen.
  2. Select the label you would like to share, tap the share icon [button_share], and then select Share this label.
  3. Tap the Share with Facebook Friends button, tick the friend(s), select Read-only or Editable, tap Save, and enter any notes in the popup memo screen.
  4. A Facebook photo along with a Facebook icon will appear on all items shared with Facebook friends.

Managing Shared Tasks

TaskLabels allows you to receive shared labels and to send out shared labels. Below is an explanation about the tasks contained within those shared labels:

  1. Viewing Shared Tasks: To view shared tasks, tap on a Calendar date and select the Shared Tasks tab. Shared tasks that have been assigned to that specific date will appear. Or tap Shared Label in the slide-out Menu ( more_menu)
  2. Labels shared to you: Tasks that someone else has shared to you appear highlighted in blue on your Calendar (if they have an assigned due date). Overdue tasks appear highlighted in red.
  3. Labels you share to others: Tasks that you share in your labels appear as normal tasks in your calendar.
  4. NOTE: Shared tasks that are Read-only can only be edited and completed by the person who created the task. Shared tasks that are Editable can be completed by any shared user.

Managing Shared Labels

Once you start collaborating with other TaskLabelers, your list of shared users will begin to grow. To manage this list, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels’ icon [ PM_logo ], then tap the Shared Labels section. From the Shared Labels page, you’ll be able to keep track of all your shared users. The Recent Shares tab displays up to ten recently shared users, while the All Shares tab displays all shared users. Tap List to manage users that are allowed or blocked from sharing with you.

From the Recent Shares tab, arrows pointing to the left [ share_incoming2 ] mean that users are sharing data with you. Arrows pointing the the right [ shear_outgoing2 ]mean that you are sharing the data to someone else. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

From the All Shares tab, a list of all your shared users will be displayed. Tap on any user’s name to see what items are shared. Tap on the shared label(s) to see what content is being shared. Also displayed will be an icon noting rather the labels are Editable [ editable_mini] or Read Only [ readonly_mini ]. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

Labels You are Sharing. From any shared label, an icon(s) [ shared_icon ] displaying the first initial of the person(s) you are sharing the label to will also be highlighted at the top. Tap the icon to manage shared users.

Labels Shared to You. From any shared label, an icon(s) displaying the first initial of the person(s) who is sharing the label to you will also be highlighted at the top. This icon indicates the label is Read Only [ readonly ] while this icon indicates the label is Editable [ editable ].

Managing Shared Users

  • To block users from sharing data with you, go to the Shared Labels page, and tap the (Allow/Block) List icon [list] at the bottom right. From the Allow/Block List page, tick the circle associated with each person whom you’d like to block [block].
  • Tap Hide Blocked Users to hide their name from your list. Tap Show Blocked Users to view them.

Grouping Labels

Grouping your labels together is a great way to keep your labels organized. To create a Label Group, tap the plus sign [ + ], and select + Label Group. Enter the label group name in the box provided, tick the relevant labels, and tap Save. To view your Label Groups, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], scroll down to the bottom of the Menu and your Label Groups will be listed below “Archive“.

Organizing Tasks

To rearrange your tasks, from any task page, tap the Sort icon [ button_sort ] and select the appropriate item. The current ordering system will be highlighted in GREEN and displayed with a Checkmark icon [ check ]. Tap the Checkmark to reverse the order.

To manually rearrange your tasks, from any task page,

  1. Tap the Order icon [ button_sort ],
  2. Tap Manual,
  3. Tap the Manual Sort icon [ edit_sort ].
  4. From the Manual Sort page, drag any Reorder icon [ edit_sort ] to manually move tasks.

Logging In/Out

  • When logging in for the first time, you’ll be asked to create a Username. Enter a name in the box provided and tap Okay. If you are using TaskLabels on another iOS device, an Android device, or on the web (PC of Mac), be sure to use the same username and password on all devices. This way you’ll be able to synchronize your TaskLabels data across devices.
  • To log in, enter your username and password in the spaces provided, then tap Login.
  • If you are logging in from your Facebook account for the first time, enter a unique Display Name that you would like to have for your account. This name will be used when your friends connect with you on TaskLabels and collaborate. Afterwards, tap Okay.
  • To log out, tap on the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ] followed by the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then scroll down to the bottom of the Settings page and tap Sync and Logout. Your data will automatically be synchronized to your other devices and you’ll be logged out.

Time Stamping

Time stamps are a convenient feature that help keep track of when your tasks were created, modified, and completed. Furthermore, since all tasks are automatically time stamped, the time stamps will only show up if you access them. To view any task’s time stamp, open any Task Details page and tap on the Time Stamps button. You’ll then be able to see when your task was created, last modified, and completed (if it’s been completed).

Archiving Tasks

Archive mode lets you quickly clear your completed tasks to a secure folder that you can easily access at any time. It keeps your account clean and all your completed tasks backed up. Archiving tasks is a feature only available to our premium users. To upgrade your account, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ] followed by the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then tap Become TaskLabels Premium Member and follow the instructions on screen.

To Archive your data, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], and tap the Archive section. Then follow the instructions on screen.

Task Indicators

TaskLabels simplifies time management by offering At-a-Glance Indicators which tick off the time, clockwise, before and after a task is due. The indicators start ticking seven days before a task is due. Below is a description of each indicator:

  1. Clear Indicators: There is no set due date or the task has more than seven days till it is due.
  2. GREEN Indicators: The clock is ticking towards the due date.
  3. RED Indicators: The item is past due and the clock is ticking past the due date.
  4. RED Exclamation point [!]: If the indicator is fully red and has a RED exclamation point in the center [ ! ], then your task is more than seven days past due!

Task Notifications

TaskLabels provides several notification options. From any task page, after setting a Due Date, a Reminder field will appear. Tap the field and then select the appropriate notification setting. For example, “010 min(s)” means you will be reminded ten minutes before the task is due. “300 hour(s)” means you will be reminded 300 hours before the task is due. After you have set your reminder, tap Close and your reminder will be displayed in the Reminder field. Then tap Save to save your changes.

A pop-up reminder will be displayed at the appropriate time giving you three options: Choose Dismiss to dismiss the task, choose Go to to open the task details page, choose Snooze to snooze for a preset amount of time. Adjust your snooze time in Settings (Tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], then tap the Settings icon [setting_icon]). The default time is 8 minutes.

Note: Today’s Task alert simply has one option: Dismiss. Go to Settings  [setting_icon] to adjust this option. And popup reminders will only appear if you first set a due date and then set a reminder in the Task Details page.

Creating Favorites

Selecting favorites is a great way to manage your frequently used labels. Tap the Star/Favorites icon [button_view] to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner of each favorite tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold, and drag any label to reorder it. Tap any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, tap the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Emailing Labels

TaskLabels offers two ways to email friends so you can share labels and start collaborating.

  1. To email a label, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Email this Label. An email form will popup with your label embedded into the email. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then tap Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient.
  2. To email a friend to start using TaskLabels, tap the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Get a Friend to use TaskLabels. An email form will popup with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then tap Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient. After your friend has created a TaskLabels account, be sure to get his/her username so you can add them to your sharing list the next time you’d like to share a label. See Sharing Labels for more information.

TaskLabels Settings

The Settings section of TaskLabels allows you to adjust the app to your personal preferences. To view your app settings, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], then tap the Settings icon [ setting_icon]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Become a TaskLabels Premium Member: Tap this button to become a premium user.
  • Current user: This shows your display name.
  • Today’s Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily task alert displays the tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Shared Todays’ Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily shared task alert displays the shared tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Show Capsules: Displays an abbreviated label name underneath all your tasks.
  • Show Shares on Calendar: Displays shared tasks on your Calendar.
  • Text Size: Adjusts the text size on your app.
  • Default Home Screen: Adjust your default home screen. You have three options: List view, Calendar view, or Favorites.
  • Reminder Snooze: Sets the amount of time your snooze will last. The default time is 8 minutes.
  • Set Passcode Lock: Sets a passcode to protect access your TaskLabels’ data.
  • Restore Purchases: Tap this button to cancel your subscription to TaskLabels.
  • Delete Completed Tasks: Tap this button to delete all your completed tasks.
  • Sync and Logout: Tap this button to synchronize your data to other devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • Version Number: This displays the version number of your app.

TaskLabels Help

The Help section of TaskLabels provides information about the app, support information, as well as information about the company that makes TaskLabels–Unchained Apps.

To view your app’s support resources, tap the Menu icon [ more_menu] or the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ], then tap the Question mark icon [ button_help ]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Getting Started: Provides information to help you learn how to use TaskLabels.
  • Syncing: Provides detailed information about synchronizing your data to multiple devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • More Tools: Provides a link to TaskLabels’ website and links to TaskLabels’ social media channels.
  • Tell a Friend: Opens an email form with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels.
  • Support & Feedback: Opens an email form with our support email address pre-written in the address bar. If you send us a support email, be sure to provide the following information:
    1. The device you are using (e.g., iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy, etc.),
    2. How long you have been using TaskLabels,
    3. Your TaskLabels version number (Located in Settings),
    4. Your device’s software version number (for iOS or Android),
    5. Where you are using your device (Home/Office),
    6. A detailed description of your problem,
    7. And how often your problem occurs.
  • About Unchained Apps: Provides a description of the company who created TaskLabels, Unchained Apps.
  • Copyright: Displays copyright information.

Go Premium

TaskLabels is free to use. The free version allows users to sync across multiple devices, create up to 300 tasks, up to 30 labels, and up to 3 label groups. A Premium upgrade allows users to do the following:

  • Create unlimited tasks
  • Create unlimited labels
  • Archive completed tasks
  • Import tasks using a CSV (Comma Separated Value) file format (A standard spreadsheet format)
  • Obtain Premium customer support

For more information about going Premium and using all the great features that TaskLabels has to offer, please click here to view our pricing page.

Getting Started

Thank you for choosing TaskLabels! We hope you’ll find it to be user-friendly, flexible, and fun to use! To get started, please download our TaskLabels Web App User’s Guide, click here to download.

Daily Motivation

We know how important it is to stay motivated. So we’ve taken the liberty of adding inspirational, motivational quotes to our web app. These quotes are automatically displayed when the web app begins to load. Also displayed is a status bar that tracks the app’s loading progress. We sincerely hope you’ll get pumped and motivated to get through your daily to-dos as you wait briefly for the app to load.

The Dashboard

  1. The Dashboard is displayed on the top of the screen and provides quick access to numerous key functions:

A. Select the Task icon [ ] to view your tasks.

B. Select the Label List icon [ button_list ] to view a list of your labels.

C. Select the Favorites icon [ button_view ] to view your favorites.

D. Select the Calendar icon [ button_calendar] to view your calendar.

E. Select the Share icon [ share ] to view your shared labels.

F. Select the Group icon [ group ] to view your label groups.

G. Select the Plus sign [ add ] to add tasks, labels, label groups, and favorites.

H. Select the Settings icon [ setting_icon ] to view your settings.

I. Select the Progress Report icon [ my-progress ] to view your weekly and monthly progress report.

J. Select the Question mark icon [ button_help ] to view support info.

K. Select the Search icon [ search ] to search via labels and keywords.

L. Select the Username icon [ user_icon ] to log out, change your password, change your email address, and to go premium.

The Sub Dashboard

Below the Main Dashboard is a Sub Dashboard that provides quick access to a variety of key functions:

A. Select the Edit icon [ button_edit2 ] to edit tasks and labels.

B. Select the Sort icon [ button_sort ] to sort the tasks within your labels.

C. Select the Share icon [ button_share ] to share labels with friends, family, and coworkers.

D. Select the Sync icon [ button_sync ] to sync your TaskLabels data to other devices such as an iPhone, iPad, or Android Device.

E. Select the Print icon [ print ] to print labels to a connected device.

The Footer

The Footer is on the lower section of the app and provides quick access to a variety of key functions:

A. App Download Buttons: Select a button to download our iPhone/iPad app and our Android app.

B. Social Media Buttons: select one or more to follow us on popular social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.

C. Blog Button: The furthest button on the lower right-hand side is a link to our blog which offers insightful information on improving productivity.

Adding Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

To add tasks, labels, label groups, or favorite labels; click “+” and select the appropriate item (+ Task, + Label, + Label Group, or Manage Favorites).

Editing Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To edit a task, hover over any task and select the Edit icon [button_edit2] or double click the task.
  • To edit a label, hover over any label and select the Edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label, and then click Save.
  • To edit a label group, select the Label Group icon [ group ], select the edit icon [button_edit2], edit the label group, and then click Save.
  • To edit a favorite label, select “+”, select Manage Favorites, tick or un-tick your favorites, then click Save.

Deleting Tasks, Labels, and Label Groups

  • To Delete a task, select the Delete icon [ delete ], then select Okay.
  • To delete a label, hover over any label and select the Delete icon [ delete ], then select Okay.
  • To delete a label group, select any label group, select the edit icon [ button_edit2 ], click Delete this Label Group, and then choose Okay.
  • To delete a favorite, select “+”, click Manage Favorites, un-tick your favorites, then choose Save.

Synchronizing Data to Different Devices

  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s Web data to an iPad, iPhone, or Android device, first make sure you have downloaded and installed the app on your other device, then make sure you have created an account using the same username and password. Afterwards, select the Sync icon [button_sync].
  • To synchronize your TaskLabel’s Web data online to another computer (PC or Mac), first make sure you have created an account online (www.tasklabels.com) on your other computer using the same username and password, then select the Sync icon [button_sync].

Task View

Click the Task icon [ ] to view your tasks.

A. Select All Tasks to view a lists of all your tasks.

B. Select Unlabeled Tasks to view a list of tasks that do not have an assigned label.

C. Select Today’s Tasks to view all your tasks designated for today’s date.

D. Select Overdue to view all your overdue tasks.

E. Select Archive (or Settings) to view your archived tasks. This is a premium feature, to upgrade to premium, click Account Storage or the Username icon [ user_icon ].

F. Select the Plus sign [] to add tasks.

Label List View

Label List View [ button_list ]: Select the Label List icon to view a list of all your labels.

  1. Select the labels to view the tasks associated with each label.
  2. Labels in RED have tasks that are overdue.
  3. On the far right side is the number of tasks in each label.
  4. Shared labels display an icon [ Avatar_border ] with the first initial of the person’s username that the label is shared to. If it is shared to more than one person, a plus sign (+) will be displayed on the icon.

Favorites View

Favorites view [ button_view ]: Select this icon to view a list of your favorite labels.

A. Select a label to view its contents.

B. Labels in RED have one or more overdue tasks.

C. The number in the top right corner of each label represents the number of tasks in each label.

D. Shared labels display an icon [ Avatar_border ] with the first initial of the person’s username that the label is shared to. If it is shared to more than one person, a plus sign (+) will be displayed on the icon.

E. To add a label, select the plus sign [ add ], followed by Manage Favorites. Then tick the appropriate label and click Save. To remove a label from your favorites, select Manage Favorites, un-tick the appropriate label, and click Save.

Calendar View

Calendar view [button_calendar]: Select this icon to view your tasks on a monthly basis.

  1. Click any date, enter the basic task information in the Add new task box, and then select Done. Choose Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed info to the task and then select Save. Afterwards, the task will automatically be assigned to the date you selected.
  2. Completed tasks will have a GREEN circle [ Green_Ball ] displayed in the date they were completed.
  3. Overdue tasks will appear on the calendar in RED.
  4. On the top right and left corners of the calendar are the previous month and the next month respectively. Select either of these months to view. Click the Today icon [ today ] to return to the current month.
  5. Today’s date is circled.

Labeling Tasks

Grouping tasks into labels is one of the best ways to organize your life. They help you see the big picture, manage the details, and stay on task.

  • To create a label, choose the plus sign [ + ], select + Label, choose a label name, color, icon, and then select Save.
  • To view your labels, select the Label List icon [button_list].
  • To view tasks associated with each label, select the label.
  • To add tasks to a specific label, select the label, enter the task name under Add new task and then choose Done. Click Details [ task_button ] to add more detailed information about the task.
  • You can also assign multiple labels to each task. To begin, select any task. From the Task Details page, tick the labels you’d like to assign to the task, or select + Label to add a new label. Then choose Save.
  • To group labels, select the plus sign [ + ], choose + Label Group, enter a label group name in the description box, tick the appropriate labels to be assigned to this group, then select Save.

Searching the App

TaskLabels offers two types of searching: By Keywords & by Labels. Follow the instructions below to search:

  1. To search by keyword, enter the keyword in the search bar and click the search icon [ search_icon ].
  2. To search by label, select the Search by Filtering Labels button, tick the appropriate label(s), then select Save.

Sharing Labels

To share a label, follow the instructions below:

  1. From any label page, select the share icon [ button_share ] and select Share this label.
  2. Enter the TaskLabels’ username of the person you’d like to share the label with in the space provided and click the plus sign [ add_gray ].
  3. Tick the corresponding circle next to the name of the person(s) you’d like to share your label to in the displayed box.
  4. Select Read Only [ readonly_mini]to allow your friend(s) to view your label, select Editable [ editable_mini] to allow your friend(s) to edit your label.
  5. Then choose Save.

Note: If you’d like to share a label to someone who does not have a TaskLabel’s account, select the share icon [ button_share ] and choose Email this Label. Enter the person’s email address and then select Send.

Sharing Labels with Facebook Friends

TaskLabels allows you to easily collaborate with Facebook friends. Follow the steps below:

  1. From the TaskLabels’ login page, select the Sign-in with Facebook button and follow the instructions on screen.
  2. Select the label you would like to share, click the share icon [button_share], and then select Share this label.
  3. Select the Share with Facebook Friends button, tick the friend(s), select Read-only or Editable, choose Save, and enter any notes in the popup memo screen.
  4. A Facebook photo along with a Facebook icon will appear on all items shared with Facebook friends.

Managing Shared Tasks

TaskLabels allows you to receive shared labels and to send out shared labels. Below is an explanation about the tasks contained within those shared labels:

  1. Viewing Shared Tasks: To view shared tasks, select a Calendar date and click the Shared Tasks tab. Shared tasks that have been assigned to that specific date will appear. Or select the Shared Labels icon [ share ].
  2. Labels shared to you: Tasks that someone else has shared to you appear highlighted in blue on your Calendar (if they have an assigned due date). Overdue tasks appear highlighted in red.
  3. Labels you share to others: Tasks that you share in your labels appear as normal tasks in your calendar.
  4. NOTE: Shared tasks that are Read-only can only be edited and completed by the person who created the task. Shared tasks that are Editable can be completed by any shared user.

Managing Shared Labels

Once you start collaborating with other TaskLabelers, your list of shared users will begin to grow. To manage this list, select the Shared Labels icon [ share ]. From the Shared Labels page, you’ll be able to keep track of all your shared users. The Recent Shares tab displays up to ten recently shared users, while the All Shares tab displays all shared users. Select List to manage users that are allowed or blocked from sharing with you.

From the Recent Shares tab, arrows pointing to the left [ share_incoming2 ] mean that users are sharing data with you. Arrows pointing the the right [ shear_outgoing2 ]mean that you are sharing the data to someone else. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

From the All Shares tab, a list of all your shared users will be displayed. Select any user’s name to see what items are shared. Click the shared label(s) to see what content is being shared. Also displayed will be an icon noting rather the labels are Editable [ editable_mini] or Read Only [ readonly_mini ]. Items in RED mean that one or more of the tasks in the label are overdue. The number in the far right of each row indicates how many tasks are in each shared label.

Labels You are Sharing. From any shared label, an icon(s) [ shared_icon ] displaying the first initial of the person(s) you are sharing the label to will also be highlighted at the top. Click the icon to manage shared users.

Labels Shared to You. From any shared label, an icon(s) displaying the first initial of the person(s) who is sharing the label to you will also be highlighted at the top. This icon indicates the label is Read Only [ readonly ] while this icon indicates the label is Editable [ editable ].

Managing Shared Users

  • To block users from sharing data with you, go to the Shared Labels page, and select the (Allow/Block) List icon [list] at the bottom right. From the Allow/Block List page, tick the circle associated with each person whom you’d like to block [block].
  • Select Hide Blocked Users to hide their name from your list. Click Show Blocked Users to view them.

Grouping Labels

Grouping your labels together is a great way to keep your labels organized. To create a Label Group, select the plus sign [ + ], and click + Label Group. Enter the label group name in the box provided, tick the relevant labels, and select Save. To view your Label Groups, select the Group icon [ group ].

Dragging and Dropping Tasks into Labels

TaskLabels makes it easy to move tasks from one label into another. Simply select the Label List icon [ button_list ] then drag and drop any task from one label into another.

Organizing Tasks

To rearrange your tasks, from any task page, select the Sort icon [ button_sort ] and select the appropriate item. The current ordering system will be highlighted in GREEN and displayed with a Checkmark icon [ check ]. Select the Checkmark to reverse the order.

To manually rearrange your tasks, from any task page,

  1. Select the Order icon [ button_sort ],
  2. Click Manual,
  3. Select the Manual Sort icon [ edit_sort ].
  4. From the Manual Sort page, drag any Reorder icon [ edit_sort ] to manually move tasks.

Logging In/Out

  • When logging in for the first time, you’ll be asked to create a Username. Enter a name in the box provided and select Okay. If you are using TaskLabels on another iOS device, an Android device, or on the web (PC of Mac), be sure to use the same username and password on all devices. This way you’ll be able to synchronize your TaskLabels data across devices.
  • To log in, enter your username and password in the spaces provided, then click Login.
  • If you are logging in from your Facebook account for the first time, enter a unique Display Name that you would like to have for your account. This name will be used when your friends connect with you on TaskLabels and collaborate. Afterwards, select Okay.
  • To log out, click the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then scroll down to the bottom of the Settings page and select Sync and Logout. Your data will automatically be synchronized to your other devices and you’ll be logged out.

Time Stamping

Time stamps are a convenient feature that help keep track of when your tasks were created, modified, and completed. Furthermore, since all tasks are automatically time stamped, the time stamps will only show up if you access them. To view any task’s time stamp, open any Task Details page and click on the Time Stamps button. You’ll then be able to see when your task was created, last modified, and completed (if it’s been completed).

Archiving Tasks

Archive mode lets you quickly clear your completed tasks to a secure folder that you can easily access at any time. It keeps your account clean and all your completed tasks backed up. Archiving tasks is a feature only available to our premium users. To upgrade your account, select the TaskLabels icon [ PM_logo ] or the Settings icon [ setting_icon ]. Then click Become TaskLabels Premium Member and follow the instructions on screen.

To Archive your data, select the Task icon [ ] and click the Archive section. Then follow the instructions on screen.

Task Indicators

TaskLabels simplifies time management by offering At-a-Glance Indicators which tick off the time, clockwise, before and after a task is due. The indicators start ticking seven days before a task is due. Each clock movement represents one day, thus there are eight notches or ticks of the clock before and after an item is due.

  1. Clear Indicators: There is no set due date or the task has more than seven days till it is due.
  2. GREEN Indicators: The clock is ticking towards the due date.
  3. RED Indicators: The item is past due and the clock is ticking past the due date.
  4. RED Exclamation point [!]: If the indicator is fully red and has a RED exclamation point in the center [ ! ], then your task is more than seven days past due!

Task Notifications

TaskLabels provides several notification options. From any task page, after setting a Due Date, a Reminder field will appear. Click the field and then select the appropriate notification setting. For example, “010 min(s)” means you will be reminded ten minutes before the task is due. “300 hour(s)” means you will be reminded 300 hours before the task is due. After you have set your reminder, click Close and your reminder will be displayed in the Reminder field. Then select Save to save your changes.

A pop-up reminder will be displayed at the appropriate time giving you three options: Choose Dismiss to dismiss the task, choose Go to to open the task details page, choose Snooze to snooze for a preset amount of time. Adjust your snooze time in Settings [setting_icon]. The default time is 8 minutes.

Note: Today’s Task alert simply has one option: Dismiss. Go to Settings [setting_icon] to adjust this option. And popup reminders will only appear if you first set a due date and then set a reminder in the Task Details page.

Creating Favorites

Selecting favorites is a great way to manage your frequently used labels. Click the Star/Favorites icon [button_view] to view a list of your favorite labels. The number in the upper-right corner of each favorite tells you how many tasks are assigned to that label. Labels in RED mean that one or more tasks in that label are overdue. Press, hold, and drag any label to reorder it. Select any favorite to view its contents. To remove a favorite, click the plus sign [ + ] , select My Favorite Labels, and untick the appropriate label.

Emailing Labels

TaskLabels offers two ways to email friends so you can share labels and start collaborating.

  1. To email a label, select the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Email this Label. An email form will popup with your label embedded into the email. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then click Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient.
  2. To email a friend to start using TaskLabels, select the Share icon [ button_share ] followed by Get a Friend to use TaskLabels. An email form will popup with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels. In the To: section of the email, type in the user’s email address, then click Send. A copy of your label will be emailed to the designated recipient. After your friend has created a TaskLabels account, be sure to get his/her username so you can add them to your sharing list the next time you’d like to share a label. See Sharing Labels for more information.

Importing CSV Files

TaskLabels makes it easy to import tasks and labels from a CSV (Comma-separated Value) file to your TaskLabels account. Simply follow the directions below:

  1. Select the plus sign [+] and select Import CSV.
  2. Select Upload CSV file to upload your own file to TaskLabels.
  3. Select Download the Template file to download our template. Once you fill out the template, upload it to TaskLabels.

Printing Labels

Sometimes it’s nice to have a physical copy of a label or to use a printed version as a checklist. TaskLabels makes it easy to print labels to give to friends, family members, or coworkers. Follow the steps below to print a label:

  1. Select the Print icon [ print ] followed by Titles (Only the titles of your tasks) or Titles and Descriptions.
  2. Select Print.

My Progress Report

Select the My Progress Report icon [my-progress] to view a progress report diagramming how many tasks you have completed this week, this month, and overall. You can use this great feature to see how efficient you’ve been on a weekly and monthly basis. The report always starts on today’s date and works backwards. Thus, your weekly report will compare the last two weeks starting from today, and your monthly report will compare the last two months starting from today’s date.

TaskLabels Settings

The Settings section of TaskLabels allows you to adjust the app to your personal preferences. To view your app settings, click the Settings icon [ setting_icon]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Become a TaskLabels Premium Member: Click this button to become a premium user.
  • Current user: This shows your display name.
  • Today’s Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily task alert displays the tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Shared Todays’ Task Alert: When you first use your app each day, your daily shared task alert displays the shared tasks that are due each day in a pop-up window.
  • Show Capsules: Displays an abbreviated label name underneath all your tasks.
  • Show Shares on Calendar: Displays shared tasks on your Calendar.
  • Text Size: Adjusts the text size on your app.
  • Default Home Screen: Adjust your default home screen. You have three options: List view, Calendar view, or Favorites.
  • Reminder Snooze: Sets the amount of time your snooze will last. The default time is 8 minutes.
  • Set Passcode Lock: Sets a passcode to protect access your TaskLabels’ data.
  • Restore Purchases: Select this button to cancel your subscription to TaskLabels.
  • Delete Completed Tasks: Select this button to delete all your completed tasks.
  • Sync and Logout: Select this button to synchronize your data to other devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • Version Number: This displays the version number of your app.

TaskLabels Help

The Help section of TaskLabels provides information about the app, support information, as well as information about the company that makes TaskLabels–Unchained Apps.

To view your app’s support resources, select the Question mark icon [ button_help ]. Below is a brief description of each option:

  • Getting Started: Provides information to help you learn how to use TaskLabels.
  • Syncing: Provides detailed information about synchronizing your data to multiple devices (Such as other iOS devices, Android devices, and to the web).
  • More Tools: Provides a link to TaskLabels’ website and links to TaskLabels’ social media channels.
  • Tell a Friend: Opens an email form with detailed instructions on how your friend can start using TaskLabels.
  • Support & Feedback: Opens an email form with our support email address pre-written in the address bar. If you send us a support email, be sure to provide the following information:
    1. The device you are using (e.g., iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy, etc.),
    2. How long you have been using TaskLabels,
    3. Your TaskLabels version number (Located in Settings),
    4. Your device’s software version number (for iOS or Android),
    5. Where you are using your device (Home/Office),
    6. A detailed description of your problem,
    7. And how often your problem occurs.
  • About Unchained Apps: Provides a description of the company who created TaskLabels, Unchained Apps.
  • Copyright: Displays copyright information.

Go Premium

TaskLabels is free to use. The free version allows users to sync across multiple devices, create up to 300 tasks, up to 30 labels, and up to 3 label groups. A Premium upgrade allows users to do the following:

  • Create unlimited tasks
  • Create unlimited labels
  • Archive completed tasks
  • Import tasks using a CSV (Comma Separated Value) file format (A standard spreadsheet format)
  • Obtain Premium customer support

For more information about going Premium and using all the great features that TaskLabels has to offer, please click here to view our pricing page.