The task overview shows all the current tasks. You may separately select the different tasks and execute one or synchronize all at once. You may also add, edit or delete tasks. Hold the "Ctrl" key pressed while clicking to select multiple tasks.
The different tabs work as a filter for the list of the tasks. Favorites include all tasks that were synchronized within the last two weeks, but not today. Each tab shows only a specific task type as indicated by the symbol. The green double arrows stand for "Synchronizing," a blue arrow means "Copy," and a blue arrow with a red plus signifies "Overwrite." You can change the type of a task by selecting a project, clicking on "Edit," and then clicking "change" on the first page.
The other filter names are self-explanatory. You will receive further help if you hold the mouse cursor over a filter for a few seconds.
In the task list, a few more symbols are used:
|1)||At the left border, you can see two computers that are connected by an arrow. You can choose the image of the computers in the task properties. The arrow symbolizes the task type. Normally you will see a green double arrow as a symbol for the synchronization.|
|2)||Directly to the left of the last synchronization time, you may also see symbols. A clock will appear if a timer starts this task. A green up-arrow means that this task is executed at Windows startup, a green down-arrow stands for the execution upon shutdown.|