See all your connections at a glance
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What is a connection?
A connection represents answers to the following questions:
- What is your source app for action items?
- What type of action items to sync?
- Where in that source app should we look for these action items?
- What is your destination app for action items?
- Where in the destination app should we place the action items?
Once you configure these details, we create a Connection Card to symbolize those details.
The Connection Card
The connection card summarize some key details about the connection. From top to bottom, there are several items in this summary.
All connections begin as Active, but you can edit it to Pause the connection so it doesn't process notes. We also use the Connection Status to notify you of errors.
You can see the last time TaskClone checked your source app based on the criteria of the connection. This could be based on notification from your source app or our periodic schedule.
The small star icon is set to gold to indicate your "default" connection and gray for every other connection. If you have more than one connection, click any gray star to make that connection your "default". Depending on your subscription plan, TaskClone will only process your default connection.
By default, TaskClone names your connection with an abbreviation for the source app and a number (e.g. ON-5). You can always edit it.
The icon on left.
The icon on right.
See Details link
Click this link to open the full details of the connection or edit the connection.
The connection search instantly filters the connection cards by the connection names that match your search.
See at a glance how many action items have been create and completed per week, month and year. If you want full details, click the "Activity Details" link to go to the Activity Log.
Add a New Connection
Click the Add Connection button to initiate the process to create a new connection.