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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Adding line items in the Tasks view

The Tasks view contains line items for system-generated problems, warnings, and errors. You can add your own entries to the table to build a list of to-do items, or tasks.

  1. On the toolbar in the Tasks view, click the New Task button New Task button. The New Task dialog will open.
  2. Type a brief description for the task in the Description field. The new task is assigned default priority and completed values. These values may also be modified within the New Task dialog.
  3. Press OK.

Related concepts
Tasks view
Bookmarks

Related tasks
Deleting tasks
Associating a task with a resource
Filtering the Tasks view
Creating a bookmark for an entire file
Creating a bookmark within a file


 
 
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