Keep Your Team On Track
TaskTrain puts your business “on rails”, ensuring your operations are more organized and predictable, meaning lower stress levels for your managers and increased employee morale.
Multi-Level Checklist-Based Procedures
Standardize recurring organizational workflow by creating checklist templates with substeps nested up to 4 levels deep. If you can write an outline, you can document a standard operating procedure.
Coordinate team task accountability with the ability to assign each step of your procedure as a task to a different team member, each with its own start and due date.
Multimedia Procedure Content
Deliver or reinforce training when & where it’s needed by providing detailed work instructions as formatted text, pictures, videos, or attached documents at each procedure step.
Task-Level Comment Threads
Facilitate team communication and task completion with threaded discussions at the individual assignment task level.
Multiple Task Status Levels
Track assignment completion progress in detail using 5 task status levels: Not Started, In Progress, Blocked, Skipped, & Completed—because work isn’t just “done” or “not done.”
Avoid duplicating instructions by linking the same work instruction content across multiple steps and procedures.
Create procedure checklists as fast as you can type with keyboard shortcuts for creating steps and substeps.
Easily share procedures by grouping them into team-based manuals and organizing them into optional manual sections.
Multiple Access Levels
Control team use of procedures at the manual level with 4 levels of access.
Set up separate workspaces with separate members to manage procedures for multiple organizations.
Prevent procedures from being assigned before they are ready to be published for use.
Keep on top of all of your assignments and related comment threads with inboxes within each workspace.
Move & Copy Procedures
Easily move or copy procedures between manuals/sections and even workspaces.
Avoid wasting valuable time by documenting the processes your business utilizes every day. When you systematize your business, you put your company procedures in the hands of the people who need them the most to complete daily assignments—your employees. By documenting these recurring activities you create the foundation on which to scale your business.