By default, all project participants (except for the Guest role) will see all tasks and subtasks of the project (Guests see only those tasks to which they are subscribed or assigned as responsible).
If you need to hide a task or comment from some employees, click on the “lock” icon and select, for example, the “Custom”.
After clicking, a list of all project participants will appear.
Select the people who should see this task and click Update task.
Note: If you select the checkbox in the line with the team name, you will select all members of this team at once.
The task will contain a list of users who can see it.
To restrict the visibility of several tasks at once, select them in the task list and click Visibility. Select the necessary participants and click Apply.
Please note! The Owner and Administrators with the Read privet tasks rights have access to all hidden information.
If I "hide" a task from the client's team, will clients see its files, comments, and subtasks?
No! Restricting visibility works on the principle of inheritance. If you restrict the visibility of a task to a certain group of participants, then none of these people will be able to access the task itself or all of its comments, files, and subtasks.
Why can't I limit the visibility of a task or subtask to some participants?
When you create a task or subtask, you can’t make it invisible to yourself. You also can’t make a task or subtask invisible to the person you make responsible for it. Also, the account administrator will see the hidden task, as well as administrators with the rights to “hidden correspondence”.