As you use Taskheat, you may end up with relatively large flowcharts that may not fit your screen entirely. Here are a few techniques you can use to make it easier to find a specific piece of information you are looking for.
You can zoom the Flowchart in and out to get a bird's eye look at the flowchart structure and find a specific spot or task group.
On a Mac
Use a pinch gesture on your trackpad to change the scale, or use the zoom control buttons on the bottom left corner of the Flowchart.
Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcuts:
- Cmd - — Zoom Out
- Cmd + — Zoom In
- Cmd 0 — Actual Size
On iPad or iPhone
Apply a pitch gesture on a Flowchart to zoom it in or out. Double-tap on a free space to make it fit your screen. Also, you can use the contextual buttons on the top. They appear every time you start zooming a Flowchart.
Minimap (Mac version only)
On the bottom right corner of the Flowchart, you can find the minimap view that allows you to preview the entire structure and jump right to the specific spot in the Flowchart.
Another great way to locate a specific task is to use search. To start a lookup, reveal a Sidebar and type any portion of the task to a search field on the top. It may be a title, a note, or even a tag or a project task belongs to.
Then you can select the task you are looking for, and it will appear selected in the Flowchart or List view.