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  Public Ticket #1175803
No refreshing of ToDo (Tasks) on Dashboard
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  • Christoph started the conversation

    Hi,

    when I close a task in a project of a bp-group the ToDo in the Dashboard-Widget (frontend) is still showing the closed task as open. I tried to fix the problem by using the repair-tool of buddypress, but that did not help.

    It would be great if you have a solution for us!

    Thanks a lot and all the best, Christoph

  •  150
    Jasper replied

    Hello, Christoph 

    A pleasant morning to you, and I hope that you are having a great day. 

    Before I could conduct any solution to your concerns, I would like to ask you to please kindly send me your 'WordPress Administrator' account and a link to your site. I am asking this to you so that I may log-in to your site and check the issue for myself and eventually give you a solution. Please kindly send your reply in private.

    Thank you very much for your kind cooperation and I will be patiently waiting for your kind reply.

    All the Best,
    Jasper

  •  150
    Jasper replied

    Hello, Christoph 

    Just an update to your concerns, the '(TaskBreaker) My Recent Task' widget displays the most recent 'Task' that were assigned to the current logged-in user. Also, it seems that you had misunderstood the 'Colored Bullet' for each 'Task' listed in the said widget to be the indicator if a task is 'Completed.' Also, you had assumed that if a task is marked 'Completed' it will not be included in the widget.

    The 'Colored Bullet' is the indicator of the 'Priority Level' of a task. Green for 'Normal Priority Level,'  orange for 'High Priority Level' and red for 'Critical Priority Level.'

    Lastly, even if the recent task that is assigned to you is marked 'Completed' it will still display in the '(TaskBreaker) My Recent Task' widget.

    I hope I had clarified your concerns and had assisted you very well.

    All the Best,
    Jasper