Thanks for your reply @James_Carl.
Do all tasks in your current template projects get directed in entirety to another project? If that is the case, why not use the copy project feature?
No, not all tasks get directed, only one specific task need to be copied whenever we update something within that task template. That update in the template has to be disseminated to the template task in all active projects.
Or are you saying that only certain tasks get directed within a template to various projects. If so, could your templates be refined?
This is part of the process of refining our task templates. We have an overall ‘Project’ template we duplicate for whenever a new client starts. This project contains template tasks for the client journey as we work through our client engagement. As we refine the template tasks, we have to distribute the updated task from the template project to all currently active projects.
In addition, I assume you are familiar with the multi-select feature for tasks where you can edit multiple tasks at the same time
I am familiar with the multi-select but only for within the same project/task hierarchal level. If there was a way to multi-select tasks and edit subtasks within the multiple tasks at once, it may be an alternative solution to what we are trying to do to disseminate updated task templates to all active projects.
including deleting and adding a second project.
The duplication/copy function we need is entirely at the task/subtask level, not the project level.
I hope that clarifies things, it’s kind of tough to describe it all via text. Let me know if there’s any confusion.