Managing Projects from the Frontend
With the WP Project Manager, you can manage your projects from the frontend. Using this feature, your users will be able to view your projects from the frontend and they won't need any access to the backend of your website.
To use this feature you will need to PM Frontend After that, you will be able to see the frontend.
Now, if you go to the front end of your website, you will be able to see the projects like this:
Adding Project Frontend Manually
If you don't want to use the default PM Frontend view, then you can create a project frontend that will work with your theme.
Navigate to WP Admin–> Pages–> Add New. Give your page any name and use the shortcode [pm].
Now, go to WP Project Manager–> Settings–> Pages. Select the page you created in the frontend option.
Visit the page and you will find the PM Frontend compatible with your theme.
Here you will find 7 tabs. They are:
Categories: From this tab, you will be able to create categories and can give an appropriate description. You will also be able to view the existing categories from this page. Learn more about categories.
My Task: Use this tab to know what tasks you are assigned to. Here, you will get the other My Task tabs, such as overview, Activities, Current Task, Outstanding Task, and Completed Task. Learn more from here.
Calendar: This tab will help you get the overview of your projects from the calendar view. Learn more about this tab.
Reports: This tab will take you to the report page. Here you will get reports on various tasks like overdue tasks, completed tasks, user activities, project tasks, and many more. Learn more about reports from here.
Progress: Use this tab to know the overall progress of your projects. Learn more about Progress from here.
Modules: This tab will help you turn on and off the available modules. Learn more from here.
That's all about managing projects from the WP Project Manager frontend. Now you can easily manage your tasks.
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