Defining due dates at campaign creation - 7.1

Talend Data Stewardship User Guide

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Administration and Monitoring > Managing users
Data Governance > Assigning tasks
Data Governance > Managing campaigns
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Campaign owners can define task due dates at campaign creation. All new tasks will be automatically labeled with the due date and time using the format YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss.

You can then use the due dates to filter the tasks in a campaign and facilitate task priority management.

Procedure

  1. Log in to Talend Cloud Data Stewardship as a campaign owner.
  2. Click CAMPAIGNS > ADD CAMPAIGN.
  3. Start defining the campaign parameters.
  4. Click the switch next to ENABLE TASK RESOLUTION DELAY and set the delay to be used to calculate the due dates.

    The due date is calculated by adding the delay you set to the date and time of loading the tasks in the campaign. If you leave this option disabled, the DUE DATE column in the task list stays empty and tasks do not have resolution delay.

    The due date in a Merging campaign is only on master records.

  5. Finalize defining the campaign metadata and click ADD CAMPAIGN.
  6. Use a Talend Job to load tasks in the campaign.

    The due date is automatically calculated according to the delay you set in the Delay field.

    For further information using a Job to load tasks, see Writing tasks in stewardship campaigns.

  7. In the task list, select the Due Date column and a bar in the chart to restrict the number of the listed tasks to the selected date. This can help you listing the tasks which due soon and prioritize working on them.

    For more information about different ways of filtering tasks, see Filtering tasks.