To offer a clear and instant overview, colour coding your projects is an essential part of Teamweek.
You have attach a colour to all tasks, milestones and projects on your timeline. If you do it so that you can easily differentiate between projects in team timeline — and therefore understand who's working on what, this is what we call colour coding.
If you have chosen a colour for a project, it automatically becomes a colour of all tasks created under the same project. That in turn can be changed in task popup.
By default, there are 45 shades to choose from. However, all paying workspaces get access to Custom Colours feature and get to create the exact colours they need. This might be great for all users who like to choose colours based on their clients' visual branding.
Here's how to use custom colours:
- Click on the colour circle inside the task popup.
- Select “Custom” tab to open the colour picker.
- Use the slider to select a colour or enter a hex code in the box to use your brand colors.
- Click “Set” and “Save” and you’re done.